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COMMONWEALTH of PENNSYLVANIA 
DEPARTMENT of MINES and MINERAL INDUSTRIES 



Anthracite Division 

1964 

Annual Report 
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 



WILLIAM W. SCRANTON 

Governor 

H. B. CHARMBURY 

Secretary of Mines and Mineral Industries 



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COMMONWEALTH of PENNSYLVANIA 
DEPARTMENT of MINES and MINERAL INDUSTRIES 




Anthracite Division 

1964 

Annual Report 
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 

WILLIAM W. SCRANTON 

Governor 

H. B. CHARMBURY 

Secretary of Mines and Mineral Industries 




COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA 

DEPARTMENT OF MINES AND MINERAL INDUSTRIES 

HARRISBURG 



May 1, 1965 



Honorable William W. Scranton 
Governor of Pennsylvania 
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 

Dear Governor* 

In compliance with the Act of April 14, 1903, 

I transmit herewith the Report of the Department of Mines 

and Mineral Industries for the year ending December 31, 

1964, covering in detail the operations in the Anthracite 

Division of Pennsylvania. 

Respectfully submitted, 

H. B. Charmbury 
Secretary of Mines 
and Mineral Industries 



WILLIAM W. SCRANTON 
GOVERNOR OF PENNSYLVANIA 

William W. Scranton was elected Governor of Pennsylvania on November 
6, 1962, and inaugurated as Pennsylvania's 103rd Chief Executive on January 15, 
1963. 

Governor Bill Scranton' s awareness and understanding of coal region 
problems has enabled his Administration to effect changes in laws pertaining to 
mining which are among the most vital in the history of the coal industry. The 
strip mining laws of 1963 are the most effective legislation of their kind ever 
developed by a coal-producing State. They also have ended forever the wanton 
assault on Pennsylvania's land resources, in so far as future open pit mining is 
concerned. 

The Governor's continuing interest in coal region problems was never 
more evident than on the four different occasions that he appeared before Con- 
gressional Committees during 1964 and 1965 to champion a stronger, more effective 
Appalachian Regional Development Act and thereby promote action to correct devas- 
tation resulting from coal mining. Governor Scranton virtually wrote the mine 
area restoration provisions of this law, and he impressed the Congressmen who 
heard him with his insight into the Appalachian area of his own State. More par- 
ticularly, he outlined and then submitted proposals on the five problems of strip 
mine reclamation, mine subsidence, surface and underground mine fires, unsightly 
culm piles and acid mine water drainage that were all wholly incorporated into 
the Appalachian legislation finally adopted. 

Moreover, it was first determined by Governor Scranton' s Administration 
that the i gly culm piles or mine refuse banks which dot the coal-producing areas 
could be used in backfilling abandoned mines to prevent surface subsidence. By 
using the culm piles for this purpose, three of the five main problems confront- 
ing the m ne areas of the State are being positively attacked. 

As a result of Governor Scranton' s pursuit of the complicated acid mine 
drainage problem, the world's first mobile pilot plant designed to provide all 
the data needed to establish permanent treatment plants, including the total cost 
of their construction and operation, will be put into operation in Pennsylvania 
in the spring of 1965. This project is called "Operation Yellowboy" after the 
yellowish substance given off in acid mine drainage. 

Governor Scranton was born July 19, 1917, the son of the late Worthington 
Scranton, long active in Pennsylvania politics, and the late Marion Margery Scranton, 
Republican National Committeewoman from Pennsylvania from 1928 to 1951, and a Na- 
tional Vice-Chairman from 1940 to 1944. 

The Governor was graduated from Yale University in 1939 and from the 
Yale Law School in 1946. He is married to the former Miss Mary L. Chamberlin. 
They have four children, Susan, William W., Joseph C. and Peter K. 

During World War II the Governor served in the United States Air Force as 
pilot and operations officer, and left active duty with the rank of Captain. He is 
now a Major in the Air Force Reserve. 

In the Eisenhower Administration he served as Special Assistant to Sec- 
retary of State Christian A. Herter. 

In November, 1960, he was elected to the 87th Congress from Pennsylvania's 
10th District, and as a Congressman served on the Banking and Currency Committee. 

Among Governor Scranton' s awards for achievement in various fields is a 
Conservation Award made in 1964 by the Allegheny County Sportsmen's League, Inc. 



H. B. CHARMBURY, SECRETARY 
DEPARTMENT OF MINES AND MINERAL INDUSTRIES 

H. Beecher Charmbury was appointed Secretary of Mines and Mineral In- 
dustries on January 30, 1963, by Governor William W. Scranton. 

He was born on September 21, 1914, in Hanover, Pennsylvania. He at- 
tended the Hanover Public Schools and was graduated from Hanover High School in 
1932. He was graduated Cum Laude from Gettysburg College, with the degree 
Bachelor of Arts, in 1936, from the University of Pennsylvania, with the degree 
Master of Science, in 1937, and from the Pennsylvania State University, with the 
degree Doctor of Philosophy, in 1942. 

He was married to Miss Mildred Louise Wentz in June, 1938. Dr. and 
Mrs. Charmbury have two children* Deborah Louise and Thomas Elert. 

From September, 1937, to January, 1963, Dr. Charmbury was employed by 
the Pennsylvania State University, serving successively in the positions of Re- 
search Assistant, Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, and eventually Pro- 
fessor and Head of the Department of Mineral Preparation. 

In 1958 he was an invited lecturer at the Third International Coal 
Preparation Congress at Liege, Belgium, and in 1962 he was an invited lecturer 
at the First European Symposium of Size Reduction at Frankfurt, Germany. 

He has served as technical consultant to various companies, organiza- 
tions and municipalities on problems related to the preparation, beneficiation 
and utilization of bituminous and anthracite coals and metallic and nonmetallic 
minerals in addition to problems related to the causes and control of air pol- 
lution. 

Secretary Charmbury has prepared many papers which have been published. 
A few of them are listed belowa 

Advances in Coal Preparation, Mechanization . Vol. 26, 
No. 9, Pages 28-34 (September, 1962) 

Traprock Fill Creates Urban Headaches, Rock Products . 
Vol. 65, No. 9, Pages 106-112 (September, 1962) 

Pinches Sluice to the Rescue, Rock Products . Vol. 65, 
No. 2, Pages 73-74 (February, 1962) 

Precise Control for Utility and General Industrial Coal, 
Utilisation. IS, No. 7, Pages 11-13 (July, 1961) 

The Secretary is a member of the American Institute of Mining, Metal- 
lurgical and Petroleum Engineers, the American Chemical Society, The American 
Mining Congress, the American Association of University Professors, the American 
Society for Engineering Education and the National Academy of Science. 

He is a member, also, of the Grace Lutheran Church of State College, 
Pennsylvania; Patmos Lodge No. 348, F. & A. M. ; B. P. 0. Elks, of which he is 
Past State President; and Centre Hills Country Club. In 1960 he was elected 
Chairman of the Centre County Republican Executive Committee, and in 1962 was re- 
elected. He resigned from the chairmanship in January, 1963, to accept appoint- 
ment to the Governor's Cabinet. 

Secretary Charmbury is listed in American Men of Science, Who's Who in 
American Education, Who's Who in Engineering, Who's Who in the East, and Leaders 
in American Science. 



THE DEPARTMENT OF MINES AND MINERAL INDUSTRIE S' 
MAJOR ACCOMPLISHMENTS IN 1964 

Particularly significant in the activities of the Department of Mines and 
Mineral Industries in 1964 were the following: correcting ills of previous coal min- 
ing operations, advancing mine safety, acting to minimize the polluting of streams, 
restoring strip mined land, initiating and carrying forward coal research and extin- 
guishing mine fires. 

CURING ILLS OF PREVIOUS COAL MINING OPERATIONS 

Under the Public Health and Safety phase of the Joint State-Federal Mine 
Drainage Program the Department is carrying out several important projects. The re- 
sults of these projects are that they support the surface in localities where mining 
has been done, eliminate unsightly culm banks, eliminate a potential air pollution 
problem and provide space for community and industrial development. In this field the 
major projects aret 

(1) Vicinity of G. A. R. High School, in the City of Wilkes-Barre. This 
particular project consists of the filling of underlying voids in abandoned mine work- 
ings with crushed breaker refuse by the method known as controlled flushing. The pur- 
pose of filling such voids is to alleviate surface subsidence problems which are 
created as pressures tend to collapse the voids. Here for the first time a pilot 
plant crusher was put into operation to remove unsightly culm banks, thus eliminating 
a potential air pollution problem and also providing space for community development. 

(2) Tripp Park section in the City of Scranton. Through this project a 
larger crusher plant was put into operation to remove an unsightly bank and, among 
other advantages, to provide space needed for community development. This project con- 
sists of filling the existing underlying mine voids with suitable material in order to 
protect and guard against possible surface subsidence. 

(3) In the Borough of Plymouth, Luzerne County. The project work consists 
of filling mine voids near the surface extremity of the mined area. A double-screened 
product that is being used is being flushed into the water pool below the surface. 
This type of flushing, which is experimental to prevent potholing, is being done for 
the first time. This project in Plymouth is almost complete. No projects such as the 
foregoing were active before 1964. 

Other projects which are in various phases of preparation are identified 
herewith: (l) Laurel Run Mine Fire, Luzerne County. Further action by United States 
Bureau of Mines is held up pending the obtaining of mineral rights from all owners 
concerned. (2) Filling voids in the abandoned Pine Brook Mine, City of Scranton, 
Lackawanna County. This project has been returned from the United States Bureau of 
Mines to allow for revision of provisions pertaining to crushing operations. (3) Coal- 
dale subsidence area, Schuylkill County. This is awaiting action by the local re- 
development authority to which funds now are available. (4) Filling mine voids in 
the abandoned workings underlying the Eynon Street section of Scranton where a mine 
fire is burning and where the Scranton Redevelopment Authority has removed houses from 
the overlying surface to enable flushing activities. 

MINE REFUSE BANK FIRES 

Under a new program authorized by Act 3A of the General Assembly, approved 
March 3, 1964, the Department was authorized to use money specifically for the purpose 
of extinguishing, curtailing, and preventing the spread of mine refuse bank fires, and 
for the establishing of a pilot plant in a program to eliminate mine refuse bank fires 
and return the land to useful purposes. 

The funds for extinguishment were not intended to be used to extinguish large 
bank fires because methods to do this are not known. The first project for extinguish- 
ment was at the abandoned Price-Pancoast Colliery in the Borough of Throop. On this 
project the State spread out 32,000 cubic yards of burning material in a temporary pond 
of water to eliminate fire in a bank— the first time this had been done. This project 
eliminated a public nuisance which consisted of the emission of noxious fumes, gases, 
and smoke from the existing fire. Under this phase there have been carried out four 
additional projects, as follows: (in the anthracite field) in Jenkins Township, 
Luzerne County, completed; in the Eynon section of Archbald Borough, Lackawanna County, 
completed; in East Norwegian Township, Schuylkill County, in progress; (in the bitu- 
minous field) in Horton Township, Elk County, in progress. These five are solely State 
projects. 



An endeavor has been made to apply funds from this program for establishing 
a pilot plant at the Huber bank located in Ashley Borough, Luzerne County. These funds 
were to be supplemented by local and federal money which has not yet become available. 
A means of putting out this fire, which is in one of the largest burning culm banks — 
if not the very largest — in Pennsylvania, was submitted to the Area Redevelopment Ad- 
ministration by the Department of Mines and Mineral Industries in April of this year. 
Up to the present time, however, nothing has been done to cope with this burning bank. 
Experts employed by the owners to study this problem have found no practicable solu- 
tion. After a conference, the Department submitted a proposal for a pilot plant study 
to separate coal from the noncombustible fraction of the refuse. This proposal had re- 
ceived the approval of many influential organizations in that region. Funds in the 
amount of $125,000 were — and still are — available through Act 3A of the 1964 Legisla- 
ture. A customer was prepared to take the coal. ARA rejected the proposal, however, 
on the grounds of wishing to try another procedure. 

ABANDONED COAL MINE SERVICES 

The abandoned coal mine services are basically for the purpose of correcting 
conditions caused by early mining operations that are detrimental to public welfare. 
These consist of sealing abandoned deep mines, backfilling abandoned strip pits, flush- 
ing underground abandoned deep mines for the prevention of surface subsidence and 
fighting underground mine fires. 

During the last year the Department conducted 67 projects under this program. 
Forty-three of these projects were conducted in twelve counties in the bituminous coal 
area of the Commonwealth and twenty-four projects in six counties in the anthracite 
area. Thirty-three of the projects were conducted using State-owned equipment operated 
by State employes and thirty-four were conducted through contracts with the lowest re- 
sponsible bidders. Seven of the contract projects were conducted using equally matched 
State and Federal funds; these projects were limited to extinguishing mine fires. 
Their locations arei Coal Township, Northumberland County; Southerly section of the 
City of Scranton, Lackawanna County; Conemaugh Township, Indiana County; Mount Pleasant 
Township (Village of Brinkerton), Westmoreland County; West Mifflin Borough (City of 
Duquesne), Allegheny County; Upper Tyrone Township and Bullskin Borough, Fayette County; 
Penn Hills Township (Coal Hollow Road), Allegheny County. 

Eighteen of the projects consisted of sealing deep mine shafts and other 
openings to abandoned underground mines and thirty-two projects were backfilling aban- 
doned open pit mines. Seventeen projects were involved in extinguishing mine fires. 

Under the Abandoned Coal Mine Services one of the major projects is at Blairs- 
ville. This mine fire, which started in 1963, was burning under a public highway where 
two cemeteries are at the roadside. As coal burned out, the roadway dropped. The fire 
was endangering traffic in addition to being a nuisance and a hazard because of fumes. 
In the project, started early this year, the Department has drilled holes through which 
finely divided fire-resistant material has been forced in order to cut off oxygen in 
the burning area. This control work is being continued; and the fire has reached a 
point at which the Federal Government has joined the Commonwealth in an additional co- 
operative effort. 

OIL AND GAS 

The year 1964 has been the most active since the Oil and Gas Division of the 
Department was organized on February 1, 1956. Of the 1,244 oil and gas wells that were 
drilled this year, 462 required a permit, and 687 are shallow wells in non-coal areas. 
Of the total number, 382 are gas wells and 513 oil wells. The rest are in categories 
only incidental to producing wells. The deepest well, as to linear feet (15,662 feet), 
in Pennsylvania's history was drilled this year in Centre County by the Socony Mobil 
Oil Company. This well, which was a dry hole, has been plugged back to 9,895 feet; and 
reportedly it is now being used by the Defense Department for testing purposes. This 
well, while it was being drilled, was observed with great interest by the geologists in 
the Appalachian area. The information obtained will provide valuable data for further 
study. 

The Oil and Gas Conservation Act of 1961 has promoted voluntary, rather than 
mandatory, spacing of wells penetrating the Onondaga Horizon to a depth of 3,800 feet. 
For wells affected by this Act, the Department this year issued 98 permits. Sixty-nine 
such wells were drilled in 1962 and ninety-four in 1963. The Department's Oil and Gas 
Inspectors made 3,000 inspections in 1964. 



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ANTHRACITE CONSERVATION AND RECLAMATION 

The Bureau of Anthracite Conservation and Reclamation reports that, as of 
December 31, 1964, all but three of the 271 permits issued call for complete backfill- 
ing. With 99 strip mining operators' licenses issued, license fees received amounted 
to $29,700. Plans of mining and restoration approved for strip mining operations not 
more than 100 feet in depth were 169; for those in excess of 100 feet in depth, 102; 
total 271. The estimate of the acreage to be affected is 2,026.75. Bond deposits 
amounted to $1,387,800. Sixty- four completion reports were filed with the Department 
for 158.12 acres of land affected and completely restored. Production by the strip 
mining method for the year 1964 was 7,248,900 tons. For 1963, it was 7,552,995 tons. 

While plans of restoration approved for 268 of the permits granted consisted 
of complete backfill of all overburden removed during strip mining, the other three 
proposed suitable alternate use of land affected by strip mining. Anthracite Mine In- 
spectors, who are responsible for enforcement of the Anthracite Strip Mining and Con- 
servation Act, have made numerous comments on their inspection reports of backfilled 
stripping pits complimenting the operators for outstanding restoration. In some cases 
operators have gone beyond the requirements of the law by pushing old spoil piles back 
into excavated pit areas. 

BITUMINOUS CONSERVATION AND RECLAMATION 

Many of Pennsylvania's strip mine operators have been praised by officials, 
conservationists, and the press for their restoration of stripped land since January 1, 
1964, when the amended bituminous law became effective. Bituminous coal production by 
the open pit mining method for 1964 was 24,019,760 tons. The production for 1963 was 
24,233,668 tons. 

The Bituminous Bureau of Conservation and Reclamation reports that as of 
December 31, 1964, 383 open pit mining licenses had been issued. 1,018 applications 
for original, amended and corrected permits were filed and 975 approved original, 
amended and corrected permits were issued. Backfilling proposals were reviewed on 898 
applications. These were divided as follows* Terrace, 299 - Approximate Contour, 327 - 
Combination of Terrace and Contour, 272. Bonds released for licensed operators at the 
rate of $300 and $400 per acre was $2,951,688.00. The amount of bonds remaining on 
deposit under the old law at the rate of $300 or $400 per acre was $7,839,879.00 and 
the amount of bonds on deposit under the new law at the rate of $500 per acre was 
$6,002,877.00. The acreage restored within the provisions of Act No. 133 was approxi- 
mately 1,378 acres. The number of active operations throughout the year 1964 was 789. 
The Mine Drainage Section of the Bureau has recommended approval of 234 applications 
for Mine Drainage Permits and recommended refusal of 15 applications. Since January 
1,1964, the Sanitary Water Board, based on the Bureau's recommendation, has revoked 5 
Mine Drainage Permits and suspended 78 permits. 

Members of the Legislature and of the Land Reclamation Board, the Secretary 
of Mines and Mineral Industries, other officials and representatives of press, tele- 
vision and radio made a two-day tour in July of strip mined land in the bituminous area. 
The reaction of the touring officials was extremely favorable. It was found that a num- 
ber of operators deserved public commendation, and this was given them, for the quality 
of the restoration accomplished. These operators are: Twilight Industries, Incorpo- 
rated (two operations), in Allegheny County; Peter Paulisick, in Westmoreland County; 
Costantino Coal Company, in Somerset County; C. E. Powell Coal Company, in Cambria 
County; River Hill Coal Company (three operations), in Clearfield County; Robert Bailey 
Estate, in Clearfield County; Brubaker Brothers Coal Company, in Jefferson County; 
Edwin W. Toy Coal Company (two operations), in Butler County; Kerry Coal Company, in 
Butler County; and J. E. Hoffman Coal Company, in Clearfield County. A group of con- 
servationists from Ohio who toured strip mined land in Western Pennsylvania in Septem- 
ber described as "almost unbelievable" accomplishments by various bituminous coal 
operators in restoring the land. 

In the reclamation and conservation of abandoned strip mine land the Depart- 
ment continued td expedite the processing of projects in the public interest. 

Pennsylvania's strip mining laws which, as amended, are now regarded as the 
strongest in the Country have caused favorable comment in many other States. The Sec- 
retary of Mines and Mineral Industries spoke by invitation on the subject of "Surface 
Mining" at the Southern Governors' Conference held in San Antonio, Texas, in October of 
1964. Governors and other officials in attendance expressed to the Secretary afterward 
commendation of the accomplishment of the present Administration in Pennsylvania. 



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RESEARCH 

During 1964 nineteen research contracts were activated by the Coal Research 
Board of this Department. At the end of that year the funds encumbered amounted to 
$895,000. Research projects were being carried out by three colleges, three industrial 
corporations and one research institution. The subject matter under study is in the 
fields of export market development, domestic market development, water pollution 
abatement, strip mine restoration, optimization of mine production, reduction of ash 
and sulfur content in coal, coal combustion characteristics, economics of the coal in- 
dustry, use of coal refuse products, reduction of mine disaster causes, removal of 
coal float dust, extinguishment of coal refuse bank fires, and the use of coal in re- 
moving airport fog. 

Two projects were under way whereby technical information developed under 
previous projects could be field tested. A mobile acid mine drainage plant is being 
designed and will be available to study mine drainage at five or more field locations 
throughout the State beginning early in 1965. This plant will have sufficient flexi- 
bility so that new laboratory developments can be tested in the field. Economic and 
technical data will be derived from the operation of this pilot plant whereby many un- 
knowns will be resolved and light shed on this vexing problem. 

Another pilot plant was in the final stages of engineering design. It is to 
be devoted to the treatment of coal refuse to separate combustible from noncombustible 
values. Arrangements have been made to utilize the noncombustible fraction as part of 
the State's underground flushing program to prevent surface subsidence. The combus- 
tible portion will be tested in a nearby commercial power plant to ascertain its ap- 
plicability as power plant fuel. It is believed that the technical and economic data 
derived from the operation of this pilot plant will serve as a solid base for private 
enterprise to use prior to building similar full scale plants. This pilot plant is a 
direct result of theoretical and applied research sponsored by the Coal Research Board. 

An activity sponsored by the Board which was well received, in that it in- 
creased mine safety, was a five-day "short course" at the Pennsylvania State University 
on the study of Rock Mechanics as a basis for Strata Control. Mine inspectors and rep- 
resentatives of industry from both anthracite and bituminous coal fields attended this 
course and learned of the latest technology. Improved "know-how" by these newly 
trained men should be reflected in improved roof control, improved safety, and overall 
better protection against cave-ins. 

In addition to the mine drainage pilot plant previously mentioned, five ad- 
ditional projects have been financed by the Coal Research Board in seeking solutions 
of the acid mine drainage problem. These include the preparation of a complete up-to- 
date annotated bibliography which will be of aid to research workers in this field, 
the use of bacteriaphages to slow down acid formation, chemical treatment or absorption 
to remove acid values, and the diverting of clean water away from mines or acid water 
down to harmless deep formations. 

During the calendar year 1964 the coal industry contributed $81,225 to aid 
research toward solving the acid mine drainage problem. This is the first time that 
industry has joined with the Commonwealth in a mutually beneficial endeavor aimed at 
solving this problem which they have in common. 

Through the projects supported by the Coal Research Board, most areas of con- 
cern to the coal industry are receiving study. The practical results thus far achieved 
include better blasting technology, new coal cleaning ability, vastly improved export 
market for anthracite, retention of jeopardized domestic markets and concrete aid aimed 
at abating error and water pollution. 

MINE WATER STUDY RECOMMENDED 

A study of the possibility of lessening stream pollution caused by mine 
drainage was recommended by Governor Scranton after a report by the Secretary of Mines 
and Mineral Industries of his inspection of a desalination plant at the United States 
Naval Base, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. Recommended was a short feasibility study, taking 
into consideration the modification of plant operations that would be necessary because 
of the difference in characteristics of sea water and mine drainage water. The Gover- 
nor expressed appreciation to Congressman John P. Saylor of Johnstown who made arrange- 
ments for the inspection trip. 



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MINE SAFETY 

The primary and most important function of the Department of Mines and Mineral 
Industries is to enforce the laws of Pennsylvania which pertain to the health and safety 
of persons employed in the mines. In carrying out that function the Department's Deputy 
Secretaries for the Anthracite and Bituminous Divisions and their Inspectors earned par- 
ticular credit this year. The record for 1964 was the best in the Bituminous Division's 
history (18 fatalities), and the second best in the Anthracite Division's history (24 
fatalities). Training classes in First Aid and Mine Rescue have been in progress 
throughout the year, and hundreds of men have been trained and certified in these acti- 
vities. Surveys have been conducted also under the Department's Dust Control Program, 
ten in the Anthracite Area and six in the Bituminous Area. The Department made 3,756 
complete deep mine inspections in the Anthracite Area, and 2,120 in the Bituminous Area 
during 1964. In the Anthracite Division there were 777 strip mine inspections; in the 
Bituminous Coal Division there were 2,841. 

MINE SAFETY COMMISSION 

A Mine Safety Commission of three members, appointed by the Governor, evalu- 
ated the mine safety program of the Department and submitted its report to the Governor 
through the Secretary of the Department. 

COAL MINE SUBSIDENCE INSURANCE 

The Anthracite and Bituminous Coal Mine Subsidence Insurance Fund, for twelve 
months of the calendar year 1964 wrote 755 policies with premiums of $46,282.33 and re- 
newal premiums of $39,422.91. Insurace coverage for this period amounted to $9,626,200. 
Claims paid for the period amounted to $52,716.06. For the first time since the in- 
ception of the Fund, premium intake plus interest on investments is meeting the pro- 
vision of the Act (484) 1961 that it be self-sustaining as far as operational expenses 
are concerned as of January 1, 1965. 

CONFERENCE ON PNEUMOCONIOSIS 

The Department of Mines and Mineral Industries, as well as the Department of 
Health and the Department of Labor and Industry, participated in the three-day Gover- 
nor's Conference on Pneumoconiosis in Harrisburg. This Conference, it is believed, 
created a stepping stone from which progress could be made in furthering the solution 
of the problems related to pneumoconiosis among Pennsylvania coal miners. 

APPALACHIAN PROGRAM 

The Department cooperated with other State agencies, particularly the Depart- 
ment of Commerce, working on tentative stages of the Appalachian Program. From the 
State level, insofar as the Department of Mines and Mineral Industries is concerned, 
the Department has made studies pertaining to the Appalachian Program as to work that 
might be done in that program through this Department. The subject views from which 
it has been studied are these* 1. Mine subsidence and surface caving; 2. Underground 
mine fires; 3. The reclaiming of abandoned strip mines; 4. Burning and non-burning 
culm piles; 5. Water pollution from mine drainage. 




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Oats growing on land in Westmoreland County strip mined for bituininous 
coal, then restored to original contour. Operator, Peter Paulisick. In back- 
ground, land strip mined under the old act. 




Restoration concurrent with bituminous coal strip mining operation, in 
Clearfield County, Operator, River Hill Coal Company, Inc. 



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Area in Plymouth Township, Luzerne County, strip mined for anthracite 
to a depth of more than 100 feet, and completely restored. Operator, Lehigh 
Valley Anthracite, Inc. 




Land in Plains Township, Luzerne County, in foreground, completely 
restored. The entire area of this operation, strip mined for anthracite 
to a depth of more than 100 feet, will be restored to its original contour. 
Operator, Capone Coal Company. 



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The sealing of hazardous mine cave hole in Crafton, Allegheny County. 
Upper photograph, before; lower, after. 




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Strip mine in Dunbar Township, Fayette County, restored to original 
contour. Upper photograph, before; lower, after restoration. 



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Project NRD - 46 



Bank fire, breaker refuse bank on outcrop of abandoned mine, Town of 
Eynon, Archibald borough, Lackawanna County, from which the burning part of 
bank was removed. In right foreground, upper photograph, burning area; lower, 
same area after burning material has been removed. 





The scaling of abandoned strip mine in Muddy Creek Township, Butjer 
County. Upper photograph, before backfilling; lower, after. 



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Drilling, at angle of 45 degrees, preparatory to blasting highv/all of 
abandoned strip mine in Clearfield County. Project under supervision of 
Pennsylvania State University, partially sponsored by Coal Research Board. 



STATISTICAL 
REPORTS 



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COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA 

DEPARTMENT OF MINES AND MINERAL INDUSTRIES 

ANTWACITE DIVISION 

TOTAL PRODUCTION OF COAL, PRODUCTION FROM STRIPPINGS AND HASHER IESj 

EMPLOYES, FATALITIES, ETC. 

1870 - 1964 















Fatal- 1 


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Produc- 


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Bf 




Total 


Washery Stripping 




tion 


por 


ins- 




production 


production production 


Fatal- 


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■illion 


pec- 


Year 


(not tons) 


(ntt tons)* (not tons)* EbdIovos 


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fatality 


tons 


tors 




# 




# 


1 


1 


1 


# 


1870 


14,172,004 




35,600 


211 


67,166 


14.89 


5 


1871 


15,532,252 




37,488 


210 


73,963 


13.52 


5 


1872 


15,567,973 




44,745 


223 


69,811 


14.32 


5 


1873 


21,001,521 




48,199 


264 


79,551 


12.57 


5 


1874 


19,930,240 




53,402 


231 


86,278 


11.59 


5 


1875 


23,402,646 




69,966 


238 


98,330 


10.17 


6 


1876 


23,440,666 




70,474 


228 


102,810 


9.73 


6 


1877 


24,727,213 




66,842 


194 


127,460 


7.85 


6 


1878 


20,900,966 




63,964 


187 


111,770 


8.95 


6 


1879 


31,036,600 




68,847 


262 


118,460 


8.44 


6 


1880 


27,974,532 




73,373 


202 


138,488 


7.22 


6 


1881 


34,202,558 




76,031 


273 


125,284 


7.98 


7 


1882 


35,057,430 




82,200 


295 


118,839 


8.41 


6 


1883 


37,747,369 




91,421 


323 


116,865 


8.56 


6 


1884 


36,468,738 




101,073 


332 


109,846 


9.10 


6 


1885 


38,232,155 




100,320 


332 


115,157 


8.68 


7 


1886 


38,950,932 




103,044 


279 


139,609 


7.16 


7 


1887 


42,156,300 




106,517 


316 


133,406 


7.50 


7 


1888 


46,635,037 




122,218 


364 


128,118 


7.81 


8 


1889 


43,650,768 




119,646 


397 


109,952 


9.09 


8 


1890 


44,986,286 




119,919 


378 


119,011 


8.40 


7 


1891 


49,701,322 




123,308 


428 


116,125 


8.61 


8 


1892 


51,226,978 




130,300 


418 


122,553 


8.16 


8 


1893 


52,841,110 


* 


138,069 


456 


115,880 


8.63 


8 


1894 


50,966,920 


386,960 


139,939 


446 


114,276 


8.75 


8 


1895 


56,948,756 


386,534 


143,705 


421 


135,270 


7.39 


8 


1896 


53,843,250 


527,809 


150,088 


502 


107,257 


9.32 


8 


1897 


52,581,036 


732,743 


149,557 


423 


124,305 


8.04 


8 


1898 


52,812,675 


697,759 


142,420 


411 


129,498 


7.78 


8 


1899 


60,518,331 


1,055,426 


140,604 


461 


131,276 


7.62 


8 


1900 


57,363,396 


1,818,170 


143,824 


411 


139,570 


7.16 


8 


1901 


67,094,665 


2,009,864 


147,651 


513 


130,789 


7.65 


8 


1902 


41,340,935 


2,965,792 


148,139 


300 


137,803 


7.26 


8 


1903 


75,232,585 


4,119,258 


151,827 


518 


145,237 


6.89 


15 


1904 


73,594,369 


3,440,420 


161,330 


595 


123,688 


8.08 


15 


1905 


78,647,020 


3,897,688 


168,254 


644 


122,123 


8.19 


15 


1906 


72,139,510 


4,880,402 


166,175 


557 


129,514 


7.72 


19 


1907 


86,056,412 


5,630,169 


168,774 


708 


121,549 


8.23 


20 


1908 


83,543,243 


4,635,923 


174,503 


678 


123,220 


8.12 


20 


1909 


80,223,833 


5,206,562 


171,195 


567 


141,488 


7.07 


20 


1910 


83,683,994 


5,412,167 


168,175 


601 


139,241 


7.18 


20 


1911 


90,917,176 


4,555,457 


173,338 


699 


130,067 


7.69 


21 


1912 


84,426,869 


4,317,161 


175,098 


601 


140,477 


7.12 


21 


1913 


91,626,964 


2,934,157 


175,310 


624 


146,838 


6.81 


21 


1914 


91,189,641 


2,702,537 


180,899 


600 


151,983 


6.58 


21 


1915 


89,377,706 


3,418,427 


177,339 


588 


152,003 


6.58 


21 


1916 


87,680,198 


4,432,606 


159,169 


565 


155,186 


6.44 


25 


1917 


100,445,299 


6,408,277 


156,148 


581 


172,883 


5.78 


25 


1918 


99,445,794 


7,246,454 


148,226 


556 


178,859 


5.59 


25 


1919 


87,838,024 


3,616,675 


153,780 


636 


138,110 


7.24 


25 


1920 


89,636,036 


5,435,697 


149,117 


490 


182,931 


5.47 


25 


1921 


90,358,642 


1,842,096 


161,926 


546 


165,492 


6.04 


25 


1922 


53,910,201 


2,525,402 


159,880 


300 


179,701 


5.56 


25 


1923 


92,653,641 


4,212,001 


158,764 


515 


179,910 


5.56 


22 


1924 


87,277,449 


1,141,796 


162,503 


496 


175,963 


5.68 


22 

















Fatal- 


No. 














Produc- 


ities 


of 




Total 


Washery 


Stripping 






tion 


per 


ins- 




production 


production 


Production 




Fatal- 


per 


million 


pec- 


Year 


(net tons) 


(net tons)* 


(net tons)* 


Employes 


ities 


fatality 


tons 


tors 


1925 


61,334,145 


894,187 




163,825 


401 


152,953 


6.54 


18 


1926 


83,874,500 


1,365,175 




168,734 


455 


184,340 


5.42 


18 


1927 


79,367,154 


1,841,440 




167,648 


492 


161,315 


6.20 


25 


1928 


74,552,312 


1,614,863 




160,721 


447 


166,784 


6.00 


25 


1929 


72,985,844 


878,599 




153,422 


483 


151,109 


6.62 


25 


1930 


68,776,559 


890,389 




151,171 


444 


154,902 


6.46 


25 


1931 


59,115,387 


1,468,572 


% 


138,400 


384 


153,946 


6.50 


25 


1932 


49,501,511 


1,062,853 


3,545,948 


119,480 


243 


203,710 


4.91 


21 


1933 


49,507,577 


2,090,996 


4,308,811 


102,469 


232 


213,395 


4.69 


21 


1934 


56,798,951 


1,516,393 


4,461,894 


106,251 


260 


218,458 


4.58 


19 


1935 


51,359,111 


1,876,700 


4,962,514 


100,539 


267 


192,256 


5.20 


17 


1936 


54,264,016 


1,411,988 


3,757,678 


99,704 


241 


225,162 


4.44 


16 


1937 


51,700,296 


1,882,026 


5,014,052 


99,117 


212 


243,869 


4.10 


22 


1938 


46,269,511 


2,031,432 


5,080,344 


96,998 


223 


207,487 


4.82 


20 


1939 


51,399,707 


2,347,269 


5,308,049 


93,352 


210 


244,761 


4.09 


24 


1940 


51,526,454 


2,599,280 


6,010,364 


90,790 


182 


283,112 


3.53 


23 


1941 


53,942,177 


3,689,538 


7,855,945 


88,849 


189 


285,408 


3.50 


22 


1942 


57,939,629 


4,045,970 


9,657,307 


83,707 


225 


257,509 


3.88 


22 


1943 


60,511,730 


7,715,860 


8,688,896 


79,369 


218 


277,577 


3.60 


23 


1944 


64,112,589 


10,527,481 


10,925,619 


78,145 


171 


374,927 


2.67 


24 


1945 


55,901,235 


9,454,205 


10,521,174 


76,265 


137 


408,038 


2.45 


23 


1946 


61,978,710 


9,214,678 


12,912,992 


80,556 


169 


366,738 


2.73 


24 


1947 


58,227,985 


7,076,796 


12,691,382 


80,730 


165 


352,897 


2.83 


24 


1948 


59,108,810 


6,735,688 


13,485,837 


80,390 


131 


451,212 


2.22 


26 


1949 


44,710,118 


4,823,144 


11,081,087 


79,209 


92 


485,980 


2.06 


26 


1950 


46,339,255 


4,027,249 


12,291,325 


75,231 


86 


538,829 


1.86 


25 


1951 


42,389,055 


4,843,834 


11,376,379 


70,357 


94 


450,947 


2.22 


25 


1952 


40,067,130 


4,710,495 


11,019,185 


66,438 


92 


435,512 


2.30 


25 


1953 


30,495,391 


3,892,083 


8,883,984 


56,952 


59 


516,871 


1.93 


25 


1954 


26,612,312 


3,055,528 


7,852,186 


44,731 


47 


566,219 


1.76 


24 


1955** 


25,934,792 


3,618,121 


7,826,029 


37,397 


60 


432,247 


2.31 


20 


1956 


28,175,633 


4,336,168 


8,527,613 


35,029 


54 


521,771 


1.92 


18 


1957 


25,163,466 


4,356,958 


7,831,511 


32,767 


51 


493,401 


2.03 


21 


1958 


20,456,474 


2,711,152 


7,001,422 


26,738 


31 


659,886 


1.52 


20 


1959 


19,670,615 


2,981,696 


7,272,661 


24,112 


46 


427,622 


2.34 


20 


1960 


17,721,113 


3,006,803 


7,138,743 


20,269 


35 


506,318 


1.98 


23 


1961 


16,506,612 


2,418,433 


7,279,371 


16,971 


19 


868,769 


1.15 


23 


1962 


16,496,315 


2,829,421 


6,942,675 


14,704 


26 


634,474 


1.58 


22 


1963 


17,411,202 


2,965,213 


7,552,995 


14,323 


30 


580,373 


1.72 


22 


1964 


16,524,687 


3,013,307 


7,248,900 


13,584 


24 


688,529 


1.45 


22 



23 



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# No accurate record previous to 1870. 
< No accurate record previous to 1894. 
% No accurate record previous to 1932. 

** In 1955 and subsequent years the production, employes, fatalities, etc., of deep mines 
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1964 



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11-15-19- 

22-26-27 

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Glen Alden Corporation 

Lehigh Valley Anthracite, Inc. 

Reading Anthracite Co. 

Susquehanna Coal Co. 

Greenwood Stripping Corporation 

Racho, George 

Jeddo-Highland Coal Co. 

Gilberton Coal Co. 

Honeybrook Mines, Inc. 

Moffat Coal Co., Inc. 

Rosini Coal Co. 

Carbondale Coal Co. 

Capparell Stripping & Construction Co. 

Manbeck Dredging Co., Inc. 

Penag Coal Co. 

Jeddo-Highland Coal Company 

Gangloff Bros. 

Cunningham Coal Co. 

Jewell Ridge Coal Co. 

C. B. M. Coal Co. 

Bush Coal Co. 

V-R Coal Corp. 

Kerris & Helfrick, Inc. 

Huss, George 

State Coal Co., Inc. 

Hegins Mining Co. 

San Mining Co., Inc. 

Yudacufski Brothers 

Williamson Coal Co., A. R. 

Coleby Coal Co. 

Mercury Coal Co. 

Bliss & Son, Inc. , R. T. 

Koris & Co. , Inc. 

Dale Contracting Co. 

Schuylkill Contracting Co. 

Sanchez Construction Co. 

Scranton Excavating Co. 

Village Slope Coal Co. 



2,258,794 

1,721,463 

1,489,394 

895,173 
803,317 
642,761 
628,607 
472,707 
305,252 
293,353 
199,792 
199,703 
199,431 

184,300 

165,666 

147,433 * 

120,000 

110,834 

100,400 

93,773 

89,134 

85,696 

82,867 

78,693 

69,567 

67,178 

66,615 

61,006 

60,047 

58,549 

57,521 

56,840 

56,673 

56,464 

55,581 

53,192 

51,823 

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NOTEt * Jeddo-Highland Coal Company sold its lands and mining properties on April 
1, 1964 to Hazleton Land Corporation and changed its corporate name to 
The Markle Investment Company. Hazleton Land Corporation is changing its 
corporate name to Jeddo-Highland Coal Co., and under that name will carry 
on the mining and coal business formerly conducted by The Markle Investment 
Company. Despite the similarity of names, Jeddo-Highland Coal Co. has no 
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96 



COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA 
ANTHRACITE STRIP MINE PRODUCTION 





YEAR— 1964 






Company 


Countv 


Production 


Employes 




DISTRICT 1 






C. & S. Excavating Co. 


Lackawanna 


16,528 


13 


Carbondale Coal Co. 


Lackawanna 


199,703 


75 


Cicio Coal Co. 


Lackawanna 


607 


3 


Dewees Bros. , Inc. 


Lackawanna 


- 


4 


Glen Alden Corporation 


Lackawanna 


2,979 


18 


Halsey Contracting Corp. 


Lackawanna 


7,304 


11 


Kaminski Bros. , Inc. 


Lackawanna 


1,215 


7 


Northwest Mining Co., Inc. 


Lackawanna 


18,215 


15 


Pasternak Bros. 


Lackawanna 


10,073 


5 


Pioneer Excavating Co. 


Lackawanna 


460 


3 


Slenska Coal Co. 


Lackawanna 


854 


4 


Turnpike Coal Co. 


Lackawanna 


41.406 


17 


District Total 


DISTRICT 3 


299.344 


175 


Coalbrook Sales Co., Inc. 


Lackawanna 


286 


5 


Diamond Colliery Co. 


Lackawanna 


19 , 238 


11 


Kaminski Bros., Inc. 


Lackawanna 


3,458 


5 


Moffat Coal Co., Inc. 


Lackawanna 


57,563 


38 


O'Toole, John F. 


Lackawanna 


95 


1 


District Total 


80.640 


60 




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Bliss Coal Co. 


Sullivan 


6,356 


2 


Capone Coal Co. 


Luzerne 


43,464 


24 


E. & B. Coal Sales 


Sullivan 


3,047 


3 


Glen Alden Corporation 


Luzerne 


265,533 


192 


Heights Coal Co. 


Luzerne 


14,249 


3 


K. P. T. Coal Co. 


Luzerne 


3,744 


1 


Lehigh Valley Anthracite, Inc. 


Luzerne 


545,304 


242 


Meg Coal Co. 


Sullivan 


2,267 


2 


Oliver, James & Albert 


Sullivan 


2,398 


4 


Penn Can Coal Co. 


Luzerne 


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2 


Ratchford & Son 


Sullivan 


710 


3 


Rosenn, Harold 


Luzerne 


1,959 


4 


Scranton Excavating Co. 


Luzerne 


51,823 


20 


Sullivan Trail Coal Co. 


Luzerne 


- 


170 


Susquehanna Coal Co. 


Luzerne 


31.578 


49 


District Total 


DISTRICT 12 


972.432 


721 


Bear Gap Stripping Co. 


Dauphin 


14,881 


9 


Brosious & Troup 


Dauphin 


7,783 


2 


Shade, John A. 


Schuylkill 


7,064 


3 


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29.728" 


14 




DISTRICT 13 






Glen Alden Corporation 


Luzerne 


191.750 


73 


District Total 


191,750 


73 




DISTRICT 14 






Glen Alden Corporation 


Luzerne 


95,173 


46 


Susquehanna Coal Co. 


Luzerne 


21.018 


9 


District Total 


DISTRICT 15 


116,191 


55 


Brook Contracting Corp. 


Schuylkill 


4,165 


8 


Gowen Coal Co. 


Luzerne 


48,879 


41 


Honeybrook Mines, Inc. 


Schuylkill 


263,920 


102 


Honeybrook Mines, Inc. 


Luzerne 


41,332 


21 


Huss, George 


Luzerne 


63,073 


72 


Jeddo-Highland Coal Company 


Luzerne 


92,132 




Jeddo-Highland Coal Co. 


Luzerne 


308,134 


132 


Kassa Coal Co. 


Carbon 


989 


- i 


Lehigh Valley Anthracite, Inc. 


Luzerne 


342,951 


81 



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Employes 




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Lehigh Valley Anthracite, Inc. 


Carbon 




84,406 


98 


Meadow Coal & Excavating Co. 


Schuylkill 




2,751 


6 


Sandy Run Miners & Producers, Inc. 


Luzerne 




23.468 


5 


District Total 


DISTRICT 


16 


1.276.200 


566 




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17 






Glosek Brothers Coal Co. 


Northumberland 


20,345 


7 


Minel, Incorporated 


Northumberland 


23,443 


9 


Reading Anthracite Co. 


Northumberland 


246,482 


41 


Rosini Coal Co. 


Northumberland 


199.792 


30 


District Total 


DISTRICT 


18 


490,062 


87 


Canfield Construction Co. 


Schuylkill 




2,266 


3 


Greenwood Stripping Corp. 


Schuylkill 




507,627 


197 


Greenwood Stripping Corp. 


Carbon 




266,254 


93 


Harbon Coal & Contracting Co. 


Schuylkill 




1,994 


13 


Krell Coal Co., Philip 


Schuylkill 




3,178 


3 


Phoenix Contracting Co. 


Schuylkill 




15,110 


14 


PottsvilJe Anthracite & Cinder Corp. Schuylkill 




5,594 


2 


Schock, Norman C. 


Schuylkill 




9,434 


12 


South River Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 




534 


8 


District Total 


DISTRICT 


1? 


811.991 


345 


Kerrigan Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 




2,500 


12 


Pottsville Anthracite & Cinder Corp. Schuylkill 




3,483 


5 


Reading Anthracite Co. 


Schuylkill 




248,525 


105 


Ridge Stripping Co., Inc. 


Schuylkill 




45.064 


14 


District Total 


DISTRICT 


20 


299.572 


136 


C. & J. Coal Co. 


Northumberland 


3,600 


4 


C. & S. Coal Co. 


Northumberl 


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567 


2 


Conynghan Contracting Co., Inc. 


Columbia 




19,486 


19 


Howells, T. S. & Olaf, S. Strip Co. 


Northumberland 


- 


2 


Jete Coal Co. 


Northumberland 


14,077 


6 


Kerrigan Coal Co. 


Columbia 




1,470 


2 


Kerris & Helfrick, Inc. 


Northumberland 


11,949 


18 


Susquehanna Coal Co. 


Columbia 




43,537 


10 


Susquehanna Coal Co. 


Northumberland 


2.422 


23 


District Total 


DISTRICT 


21 


97,108 


86 


Dando & Troup Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 




12,685 


6 


Hauptly, J. & Hoke C. 


Schuylkill 




10,620 


10 


Koris Co. , Inc. 


Schuylkill 




56,673 


18 


M. & S. Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 




1,536 


3 


Manue, John, Jr. 


Schuylkill 




2,596 


3 


Pottsville Anthracite & Cinder Corp. Schuylkill 




19,848 


27 


Princeton Coal Co., Inc. 


Schuylkill 




- 


4 e 


Reading Anthracite Co. 


Schuylkill 




265,024 


81 


Schuylkill Contracting Co. 


Schuylkill 




51 , 249 


40 


South River Coal Co., Inc. 


Schuylkill 




8,893 


17 


Tropp, L. 8. J. 


Schuylkill 




30.239 


8 


District Total 


DISTRICT 


22 


459,363 


217 


Buck Coal Co. 


Columbia 




10,361 


5 


Capparell Strip. & Const., Co.,Inc 


. Schuylkill 




8,387 


18 


Gilberton Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 




60,747 


46 


K. & K. Coal Co. 


Columbia 




9,817 


13 f 


Kerrigan Coal Co. 


Columbia 




6,500 


6 f 


Kerris & Helfrick, Inc. 


Columbia 




70,918 


23 


Lehigh Valley Anthracite, Inc. 


Columbia 




431,934 


208 


McDonald, Joe 


Schuylkill 




25,600 


13 


Sanchez Construction Co. 


Columbia 




53.192 


23 


District Total 






677.456 


355 



97 



Company 


Countv 


Production 


Employes 




DISTRICT 23 






Chervanik Associates 


Northumberland 


33,308 


15 


Pahira & Niel 


Schuylkill 


1,956 


5 


Reading Anthracite Co. 


Northumberland 


73,020 


22 


Savitski Brothers 


Northumberland 


6,330 


5 


Susquehanna Coal Co. 


Northumberland 


- 


10 


Thomas & Brothers, Inc., W. H. 


Northumberland 


12.844 


11 


District Total 


DISTRICT 24 


127.458 


68 


Bridy, Incorporated 


Northumberland 


7,535 


23 


C. & J. Coal Co. 


Northumberland 


20,886 


8 


Edgewood Contracting Co. 


Northumberland 


7,401 


3 


H. & B. Coal Co. 


Northumberland 


4,874 


2 


North Line Coal Co. 


Northumberland 


17.900 


9 


District Total 


DISTRICT 25 


58,596 


45 


Blue Bell Enterprises 


Schuylkill 


8,805 


4 


Gavalis Co., Joseph 


Schuylkill 


46,038 


18 


Indian Head Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


2,330 


4 


Shally Construction Co. 


Schuylkill 


8.176 


4 


District Total 


65.349 


30 




DISTRICT 26 






Gilberton Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


144,085 


45 


Lehigh Valley Anthracite, Inc. 


Schuylkill 


90,346 


29 


Reading Anthracite Co. 


Schuylkill 


106.144 


40 


District Total 


DISTRICT 27 


340.575 


114 


Anthracite Fine Coals, Inc. 


Schuylkill 


24,391 


11 


Capparell Strip. & Const. Co., Inc. 


Schuylkill 


114,621 


82 


Gilberton Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


226,717 


80 


Kocher Coal Co., Leon E. 


Schuylkill 


36,054 


22 


Lehigh Valley Anthracite, Inc. 


Schuylkill 


124,808 


87 


Reading Anthracite Co. 


Schuylkill 


187,918 


28 


Schock, Norman C. 


Schuylkill 


539 


2 


South River Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


3,074 


10 


Swatara Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


24.249 


12 


District Total 


DISTRICT 28 


742.371 


334 


C. & S. Coal Co. 


Northumberland 


53 


3 


District Total 


DISTRICT 29 


53 


3 








Bridy, Incorporated 


Northumberland 


19,457 


23 


C. & J. Coal Co. 


Northumberland 


11,771 


16 


Folger & Chapleskie 


Northumberland 


- 


2 


Howells, T. S. & Olaf , S. Strip Co. 


Northumberland 


3,595 


2 


Thomas & Brother, Inc., W. H. 


Northumberland 


3,087 


10 


Unique Coal Co. 


Northumberland 


42.578 


9 


District Total 


DISTRICT 30 


80.488 


62 


K. & T. Coal Co. 


Lebanon 


4,080 


6 


Potts Co., Allen 


Schuylkill 


93 


2 


Talbot Realty Co., Inc. 


Lebanon 


28.000 


6 


District Total 




32.173 


14 


Division Total 




7,248,900 


3,560 



• New operation - no coal produced in 1964. 

• Maintenance Shops. 

Men transferred to George Huss and Jeddo-Highland Coal Co. 

• Men transferred from Wharton Strip to Wharton Slope. 

• Repairing and assembling equipment - no production. 

• Ceased operations. 

• Men loading and transporting strip mine coal for Gap 
Anthracite Co., contractor for Susquehanna Coal Co. 



REPORT OF OPERATIONS 

EMPLOYING 

FEWER THAN FIVE PERSONS 



100 



REPORT COVERING 
MINES EMPLOYING FEWER THAN FIVE PERSONS 













Fatal 










Days 




Acci- 


Non-fatal 


Company 


County 


Production 


Worked 


Employes 


dents 


Accidents 






DISTRICT 1 










Bell Mountain Coal Co 


Lackawanna 


60 


91 


2 


_ 


_ 


Fern Hill Coal Co. 


Wayne 


320 


42 


3 


- 


- 


Grzywacz Coal Co. 


Lackawanna 


1,167 


244 


3 


- 


- 


K. & S. Coal Co. 


Lackawanna 


31 


81 


3 


- 


- 


Lemoncelli Coal Co. 


Lackawanna 


210 


60 


3 


- 


- 


Micklick Coal Co. 


Lackawanna 


680 


240 


2 


- 


- 


Roraike Coal Co. 


Lackawanna 


1,931 * 


230 


3 


- 


_ 


S. & M. Coal Co. 


Lackawanna 


275 


30 


3 


- 


- 


Sturgis Coal Co. 


Lackawanna 


278 


206 


3 


- 


- 


Virby Coal Co. 


Lackawanna 
Total 


1.239 


235 


3 


- 


_ 


District 


6,191 


145 


28 


_ 


_ 



Formerly Wagner Coal Co. 



DISTRICT 3 
No Production 

DISTRICT 11 
No Production 

DISTRICT 12 



Acme Coal Co. 
B. & M. Coal Co. 

B. & P. Coal Co. 
Bair Coal Co. 

Bloch Brothers Coal Co. 
Blyler Coal Co., Glen 

C. & Y. Coal Co. 

F. W. D. Coal Co. 

G. A. D. Coal Co. 
Garber Coal Co. 
Gonder Coal Co. 
H. & D. Coal Co. 
H. & K. Coal Co. 
H. S. S. Coal Co. 
Hornberger Coal Co. 
J. & R. Coal Co. 

J. & S. Coal Co. 

K. D. S. Coal Co. 

L. & F. Coal Co. 

L. & M. Coal Co. 

Lahr Coal Co. 

Lucas & Sons Coal Co. 

Marchuk & Sons Coal Co. 

Mauser Coal Co. 

Morgan Coal Co. 

N. N. & K. Coal Co. 

P. & C. Coal Co. 

P. & S. Coal Co. 

R. & D. Coal Co. 

R. K. W. Coal Co. 

Rowe Coal Co. 

Salic Coal Co. 

Shomper Coal Co. 
No. 3 Vein Slope 
No. 6 Vein Slope No. 1 
No. 6 Vein Slope No. 2 
Total 



Schuylkill 

Dauphin 

Schuylkill 

Dauphin 

Dauphin 

Dauphin 

Schuylkill 

Dauphin 

Dauphin 

Schuylkill 

Dauphin 

Dauphin 

Dauphin 

Schuylkill 

Dauphin 

Dauphin 

Dauphin 

Dauphin 

Dauphin 

Schuylkill 

Dauphin 

Dauphin 

Dauphin 

Dauphin 

Dauphin 

Schuylkill 

Schuylkill 

Dauphin 

Schuylkill 

Dauphin 

Dauphin 

Schuylkill 

Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 



400 


150 


545 


72 


2,000 


200 


500 


102 


621 


49 


447 


197 


1,056 


60 


403 


70 


3,380 


210 


980 


140 


832 


219 


3,288 


267 


1,200 


100 


768 


130 


4,175 


260 


56 * 


49 


120 


50 


1,062 


150 


1,319 


150 


2,700 


100 


2,100 


288 


3,900 


300 


2,475 


300 


1,680 


206 


3,440 


250 


900 


120 


1,000 


200 


139 


20 


960 


120 


1,420 


95 


240 


54 


957 


137 


240 


30 


980 


100 


6.504 


227 



ComDanv 


Countv 


Production 


Days 
Worked 


EmDloves 


Fatal 
Acci- 
dents 


Non-fatal 
Accidents 


Smeltz Coal Co. 
Snyder Coal Co. 
Stroup Coal Co. 
Trio Coal Co. 
Underkoffler Coal Co. 
Wolfe Coal Co. 
Z. & R. Coal Co. 


Dauphin 

Dauphin 

Dauphin 

Schuylkill 

Schuylkill 

Dauphin 

Dauphin 


DISTRICT 12 (Continued) 

6,238 250 
5,000 # 250 
2,500 250 
2,000 156 
3,000 250 
2,032 256 
4,906 258 


4 
4 
3 
3 
3 
2 
4 


: 


: 


District Total 


78,463 


165 


131 


- 


1 



101 



Formerly Herb Coal Co. produced 56 tons, worked 10 days, same men. 
Formerly S. & K. Coal Co. produced 5,000 tons, worked 250 days, 4 i 

DISTRICT 13 
No Production 

DISTRICT 14 
No Production 

DISTRICT 15 



B. B. & C. Coal Co. 


Luzerne 


Biskupic Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


Fern Glen Mining Co. 


Luzerne 


Genee Mining Co. 


Luzerne 


Kassa Coal Co. 




Wharton Slope 


Carbon 


No. 2 Slope 


Carbon 


Total 




Marko Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


McAdoo Coal Mining 


Carbon 


Merola Coal Co. 


Luzerne 


S. & D. Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


Shenandoah Coal Co; 


Schuylkill 


Wittig & Chucot Coal Co. 




No. 2 Slope 


Schuylkill 


Gamma No. 6 Slope 


Schuylkill 


Total 




District Tota! 


L 



1,080 


110 


310 


121 


3,300 


184 


1,700 


185 



3,078 • 

110 



416 


125 


892 


137 


675 


97 



550 
260 # 


230 

101 


3 
3 


- 


- 


810 




6 


_ 


_ 


12,466 


135 


43 


- 


" 



* Wharton Slope operated as a small mine prior to September, 
produced 3,078 tons, worked 189 days, 4 men. 

# Mine finished. 



Green Coal Co. Schuylkill 

H. & K. Coal Co. Schuylkill 

Harner & Chyke Coal Co. Schuylkill 

Savidge Coal Co. Schuylkill 

District Total 



DISTRICT 16 



50 
590 < 



Note* * Formerly Hoffman Coal Co. produced 250 tons, worked 30 days, same men. 
DISTRICT 17 



A. & K. Coal Co. 


Northumberland 


603 


80 


B. & E. Coal Co. 


Northumberland 


5,539 


301 


Banks Coal Co. 


Northumberland 


2,806 


319 


Bruno & Peifer Coal Co. 


Northumberland 


5,510 


263 


C. & M. Coal Co. 


Northumberland 


2,400 


265 



102 



Company 



County 



Production 



Days 

Worked Employes 



Fatal 

Acci- Non-fatal 

dents Accidents 



DISTRICT 17 (Continued) 



Capitol Coal Co. 
Chestnut Coal Co. 
Gem Coal Co. 

No. 1 Slope 

No. 2 Slope 

Total 
Gudelunas Coal Co. 
Rent Coal Co. 
L. & M. Coal Co. 
Mace Coal Co. 

No. 3 Slope 

No. 4 Slope 

Total 
Machesic & Crissinger 
Marquette Coal Co. 
Moore Coal Co. 
N. & L. Coal Co. 
North Side Coal Co. 
Pine Tree Coal Co. 
Raczkowskie Coal Co. 

No. 1 Slope 

No. 2 Slope 

Total 
Rebuck Coal Co. 
Reed Mining Co. 

No. 5 Slope 

No. 6 Slope 

Total 
Rocky Mountain Coal Co. 
Springfield Coal Co. 
Taglieri Coal Co. 

No. 5 Slope 

No. 6 Slope 

Total 
Triple S Coal Co. 

District Total 



Note* * Pumping only. 



Northumberland 
Northumberland 

Northumberland 
Northumberland 

Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 

Northumberland 
Northumberland 

Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 

Northumberland 
Northumberland 

Northumberland 

Northumberland 
Northumberland 

Northumberland 
Northumberland 

Northumberland 
Northumberland 

Northumberland 



131 
2,509 



8,331 
9.100 



17,431 



3,162 
331 
176 

433 
i235 



1.668 



5,281 
5,340 
1,872 
4,519 
4,906 
1,320 



5,095 
16,092 



DISTRICT 18 



Blashock Coal Co. 
Broad Mountain Coal Co. 
Butensky Coal Co. 
C. & J. Coal Co. 
Cooper Coal Co., Adam 
Frye Brothers Coal Co. 
Gorenty Coal Co. 
Kristoff Coal Co. 
Markosky & Ponzurick 
Olesky Coal Co. 
P. & D. Coal Co. 
R. G. & C. Coal Co. 
Romanosky Partnership 
S. & W. Coal Co. 
Skripnek Coal Co. 
Smith Coal Co. 
Three Star Coal Co. 
Williams Partnership 



Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 



District Total 



160 
258 



254 
254 



JL£8_ 



249 
298 
260 
280 
275 
257 



1.737 


40 * 
185 


) 
4) 


- 


- 


1.737 




4 


_ 


_ 


1,210 

2,996 
2.164 


256 

154 
119 


4 

3 
3 


- 


- 


5.160 




6 


- 


- 



225 

308 



562 

649 


125 

145 


3) 

) 


" 


~ 


1.211 




3 


_ 


_ 


4,807 


240 


4 


. 


. 


100,816 


219 


103 


" 


3 



100 


20 


1,650 


190 


175 


35 


1,000 


285 


400 


120 


1,744 


162 


4,000 


187 


500 


100 


595 


85 


2,324 


110 


1,100 ♦ 


220 


2,356 


220 


2,702 


292 


100 


30 


70 


20 


260 


92 


452 


160 


4.136 


247 



Notes * Formerly D. & D. Coal Co. produced 700 tons, worked 140 days, 3 men 



Company 



Production 



Days 
Worked Employes 



Fatal 103 

Acci- Non-fatal 
dents Accidents 



A. & J. Coal Co. Schuylkill 
Andrews Partnership Schuylkill 

B. & M. Coal Co. Schuylkill 
Bear Ridge Coal Co. Schuylkill 
Bernitsky & Stenulis Part.Schuylkill 



C. & F. Coal Co. 

C. & V. Coal Co. 
Cooper & Co. 

D. & G. Partnership 
Eagle Hill Coal Co. 
Eagle Hill Partnership 
Gormas Coal Co. 
Halaburda Coal Co. 
Holmes Coal Co. 
Horvath Partnership 

K. & L. Coal Co. 
K. & M. Coal Co. 
Keysock & Klinger Part. 
K linger Coal Co. 
Kochmier Coal Co. 
Kost Partnership 
M. & N. Coal Co. 
Noyalas Coal Co. 
Orchard Coal Co. 
P. & D. Coal Co. 
P. H. & K. Partnership 
Palerino Coal Co. 
Partnership Coal Co. 



Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 



Peach Mountain PartnershipSchuylkill 

Peck Coal Co. Schuylkill 

Pitel Coal Co. Schuylkill 

Port Coal Co. Schuylkill 

R. & L. Partnership Schuylkill 

Renninger Partnership Schuylkill 

S. K. & S. Partnership Schuylkill 

Silver Creek Coal Co. Schuylkill 

Skrobak & Gaul Coal Co. Schuylkill 

Three "C" Coal Co. Schuylkill 

Three Par Coal Co. Schuylkill 

Tracy Coal Co. Schuylkill 

V. L. & P. Coal Co. Schuylkill 

Wade Coal Co. Schuylkill 

Yeneshosky Coal Co. Schuylkill 

District Total 



DISTRICT 19 

500 

464 

2,705 

1,000 

6,200 

960 

1,200 

1,000 

100 

660 

450 

440 

2,120 

500 

3,120 

1,332 < 

610 

600 

360 

475 

600 

460 

4,528 

180 

920 

2,500 

408 

1,020 

560 

250 

240 

100 

360 

1,600 

480 

325 

80 

672 

1,408 

1,940 

1,600 

1,080 

100_ 



290 
200 
271 
212 
150 
175 
20 
165 
100 
110 
242 
104 
260 
160 
120 
124 



160 
115 
330 
30 
115 
250 
108 
160 
140 



120 
200 
120 



176 
240 
200 
215 
25 



46,207 



Notes * Formerly McElvaney Coal Co. produced 900 tons, worked 90 days, same men. 



A. T. & D. Coal Co. 
Adams Coal Co. 
Amarose Bros. Coal Co. 

B. & B. Coal Co. 
B. & E. Coal Co. 
Ciocco Coal Co. 

D. K. & M. Coal Co. 
D. & N. Coal Co. 
D. R. Z. Coal Co. 
F. & L. Coal Co. 
Fago Coal Co. 
Germyn Mining Co. 
H. & G. Coal Co. 
J. & C. Coal Co. 
K. & G. Coal Co. 
K. & W. Coal Co. 
Koschoff Coal Co. 
Kovach Coal Co. 
L. & K. Coal Co. 
Lvkens Coal Co. 



DISTRICT 20 




Columbia 


1,440 


200 


Northumberland 


145 


26 


Northumberland 


1,420 


265 


Northumberland 


3,900 


185 


Columbia 


1,680 


280 


Columbia 


1,389 


155 


Northumberland 


6,811 


281 


Northumberland 


3,120 


215 


Northumberland 


- 


87 


Northumberland 


714 a 


114 


Northumberland 


1,290 b 


191 


Columbia 


7,003 


300 


Northumberland 


352 


44 


Northumberland 


84 


20 


Northumberland 


1,344 


114 


Northumberland 


120 


12 


Northumberland 


2,700 


180 


Northumberland 


144 


80 


Columbia 


6,125 c 


289 


Northumberland 


250 


91 



104 













Fatal 










Days 




Acci- 


Non-fatal 


ComDanv 


County 


Production 


Worked 


Employes 


dents 


Accidents 




DISTRICT 20 (Continued) 








M. & H. Coal Co. 


Northumberland 


900 


190 


3 


_ 


_ 


Morack Coal Co. 


Columbia 


1,050 


105 


4 


_ 


_ 


N. & M. Coal Co. 


Northumberland 


1,687 


212 


3 


_ 


_ 


0. & M. Coal Co. 


Northumberland 


2,273 


208 


3 


. 


_ 


Olbrish Coal Co. 


Northumberland 


52 


23 


2 


_ 


_ 


Palmer Coal Co. 


Northumberland 


4,190 


226 


3 


_ 


_ 


Paul Coal Co. 


Northumberland 


600 


92 


3 


.. 


_ 


Peacock Coal Co. 


Northumberland 


816 


102 


3 


_ 


_ 


Polcovich Coal Co. 


Columbia 


4,840 


242 


4 


_ 


_ 


Poponiak Bros. Coal Co. 


Northumberland 


1,200 


200 


4 


_ 


_ 


Prim Coal Co. 


Columbia 


5,085 d 


288 


4 


- 


_ 


Primrose Coal Co. 


Northumberland 


980 


90 


3 


_ 


_ 


R. & L. Coal Co. 


Columbia 


1,800 


160 


4 


- 


_ 


Rust Coal Co. 


Northumberland 


- 


27 


4 


_ 


_ 


S. & N. Coal Co. 


Northumberland 


75 


31 


2 


_ 


_ 


Sejuit & Wisneskie 


Northumberland 


1,824 


280 


3 


- 


- 


Shoffler Coal Co. 


Northumberland 


900 


210 


3 


_ 


_ 


Swamp Coal Co. 


Northumberland 


1,140 


250 


3 


- 


_ 


T. & J. Coal Co. 


Northumberland 


115 


34 


3 


- 


_ 


"THE" Coal Co. 


Northumberland 


925 


100 


4 


- 


_ 


Yaklm Coal Co. 


Northumberland 


26 


16 


2 


- 


- 


Yost Coal Co. 


Columbia 


- 


41 


2 


- 


- 


Zlockl Coal Co. 


Northumberland 
:al 


1.500 


180 


3 


1 


_ 


District To1 


72,009 


153 


139 


1 


4 



Formerly K. & F. Coal Co. produced 122 tons, worked 24 days, same men. 

Formerly Y. & F. Coal Co. produced 450 tons, worked 71 days, same men. 

Formerly G. & M. Coal Co. produced 139 tons, worked 24 days, 3 men. 

Formerly C. & G. Coal Co. produced 2,365 tons, worked 120 days, same men. 



Adams Partnership Schuylkill 

B. D. & H. Coal Co. Schuylkill 

B. H. & L. Coal Co. Schuylkill 

B. Z. & D. Coal Co. Schuylkill 
Big Hill Coal Co. Schuylkill 
Buck Coal Coal Co. Schuylkill 

C. F. & P. Coal Co. Schuylkill 
Cherkis Partnership Schuylkill 

D. & K. Coal Co. Schuylkill 
D. & P. Coal Co. 

2 Middle Split SlopeSchuylkill 



Buck Slope 

Total 
Diamond Coal Co. 
F. & W. Coal Co. 

F. & W. Coal Co. 

G. & B. Coal Co. 
Gordon Mountain Coal Co. 
H. & G. Coal Co. 
Joseph Mining Co. 

K. & H. Coal Co. 
K. & M. Coal Co. 
Kopentz Coal Co. 

No. 3 Slope 

Runn Slope 

Total 
Kulp Coal Co., Paul 
M. & W. Coal Co. 
M. & W. Coal Co. 
Matz Coal Co. 
Matz Brothers Coal Co. 
Minchoff Coal Co. 
Montrose Coal Co. 
0. & M. Coal Co. 
Olenick Coal Co. 
P. & P. Coal Co. 
Rekla Coal Co. 



Schuylkill 

Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 

Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 

Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 



DISTRICT 21 

524 

636 
1,080 
1,200 

360 
2,750 

320 
2,800 

604 

850 

200 



200 
120 



260 
186 



1,050 



1,885 
1,676 


82 
165 


85 


16 


300 


150 


600 


60 


700 


175 


168 


36 


650 a 


134 


2,880 


240 



896 

42 b 



785 


135 


960 


120 


815 c 


104 


485 


97 


150 


80 


365 


80 


140 


40 


500 


210 


1,780 


120 


436 


109 


5,400 


257 



Company 



County 



Rickert Coal Co. 

Rickert Brothers Coal Co. 

Runn Coal Co. 

S. & B. Coal Co. 

S. & M. Coal Co. 

Salem Coal Co. 

Scheib Coal Co. 
Scheib Slope 
No. 2 Scheib Slope 
Total 

Siminitus Coal Co. 

Sorokach Coal Co. 

Studlack Partnership 

Tomalavage Coal Co. 

Williams Coal Co., Elmer 

Woodside Mining Co. 

Zukowski Coal Co. 



Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 

Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 

Schuylkill 

Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 



Days 

Production Worked 

DISTRICT 21 (Continued) 

480 240 

100 15 

360 48 

780 120 

120 25 



4,424 
2.336 



Employes 



Fatal 

Acci- Non-fatal 

dents Accidents 



105 



1,096 


121 


810 


110 


1,288 


200 



District Total 



46,148 



• Formerly L. & P. Coal Co. produced 450 tons, worked 90 days, same men. 

Runn Slope formerly operated by B. & F. Coal Co. worked 20 days, same men. 
' Formerly Donofrio Coal Co. produced 465 tons, worked 80 days, same men 



A. & M. Coal Co. 

A. & S. Coal Co. 
Abrasonis Coal Co. 

B. & D. Coal Co. 
B. & J. Coal Co. 
Charnick Coal Co. 
D. & H. Coal Co. 
Dyszel Coal Co. 
Gaughan Coal Co. 
H. & L. Coal Co. 
J. & D. Coal Co. 
Kessler Coal Co. 
Low Ash Coal Co. 
M. & T. Coal Co. 
Mars Ridge Coal Co. 
Miller Coal Co. 
Morack Coal Co. 
Polcovich Coal Co. 
R. & W. Coal Co. 
Red Coal Co. , The 
S. & M. Coal Co. 
Split Vein Coal Co. 
Vinskie & Hendrick 
Zukus Coal Co. 





DISTRICT 22 




Schuylkill 


600 


100 


Columbia 


810 


96 


Columbia 


1,800 


200 


Columbia 


1,755 


195 


Columbia 


288 


50 


Schuylkill 


396 


26 


Columbia 


1,075 


215 


Schuylkill 


1,934 


300 


Columbia 


2,220 


295 


Columbia 


275 


60 


Schuylkill 


3,450 


285 


Columbia 


927 


127 


Columbia 


70 


20 


Columbia 


1,265 * 


295 


Columbia 


- 


20 


Columbia 


3,237 


166 


Columbia 


840 


84 


Columbia 


20 


20 


Columbia 


1,200 


150 


Schuylkill 


50 


10 


Schuylkill 


237 


52 


Columbia 


5,400 


238 


Schuylkill 


100 


100 


Columbia 


50 


10 



District Total 



27,999 



* Formerly M. Q. & U. Coal Co. produced 525 tons, worked 115 days, same men. 
DISTRICT 23 



A. & K. Coal Co. 

A. & T. Coal Co. 

B. & B. Coal Co. 
B. & D. Coal Co. 
B. & M. Coal Co. 

B. N. & S. Coal Co. 
Bojack Coal Co. 
Borkowski Coal Co. 
Brassington Coal Co. 

C. & D. Coal Co. 
Chango Coal Co. 

D. & G. Coal Co. 



Northumberland 




32 


Northumberland 


681 


127 


Northumberland 


3,540 


254 


Northumberland 


- 


25 


Northumberland 


2,600 


290 


Northumberland 


700 


118 


Northumberland 


850 


150 


Northumberland 


200 


120 


Northumberland 


50 


20 


Northumberland 


510 


200 


Northumberland 


2,385 


144 


Northumberland 


3,014 


170 



106 



Company 



County 



Days 

Worked 



Fatal 

Acci- Non-fatal 
Employes dents Accidents 



DISTRICT 23 (Continued) 



Eise Coal Co. 

H. K. & K. Coal Co. 

K. & K. Coal Co. 

K. & L. Coal Co. 

K. & S. Coal Co. 

Kopitsky Partnership 

Kozar Coal Co. 

L. & L. Coal Co. 

Lone Pine Coal Co. 

Maple Coal Co. 

Mattis Coal Co. 

Mayton Brothers Coal Co. 

P. & R. Coal Co. 

R. 0. & Y. Coal Co. 

Raraph Brothers Coal Co. 

Redd, Jr. & Co., Joseph 

S. & J. Coal Co. 

S. M. T. Coal Co. 

Sanders Coal Co. 

Snyder Coal Co. 

White & Co. 

Witkoski Coal Co. 

Yanik Brothers 

Zegarski Coal Co. 

District Total 



Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberl and 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 



1,206 
1,864 
1,957 



280 
2,500 
1,500 
4,480 
38 
60 
3,445 
2,150 

2,600 
2,440 

681 
3,405 

620 

60 

1,400 

300 
1.560 



134 
144 
216 



300 
250 
263 

30 

16 
235 
220 

20 
175 
300 

15 
120 
264 
120 

98 
240 
159 
260 



47,356 



DISTRICT 24 



B. & L. Coal Co. 

B. & S. Coal Co. 

Czech Brothers Coal Co. 

D. & D. Coal Co. 

Dean Coal Co. 

Dugan Coal Co. 

Duke Mining Co. 

Eldy Coal Co. 

Four Partners 

Grego & Deitz Slope No. 2 

Gripp Coal Co. 

K. & L. Coal Co. 

Kilo Brothers 

L. & G. Coal Co. 

Lytle Brothers Part. 

P. & S. Coal Co. 

R-B Mining Co. 

Radziewicz Brothers 
No. 8 Vein Slope West 
No. 8 Vein Slope East 
Total 

RAG Coal Co. 

No. 20 Vein Slope 
Proving Shaft 
No. 17 Vein Slope 
Total 

Reidinger Coal Mining Co. 

Thin Vein Coal Co. 

Valley Coal Co. 

No. 9 Vein Split N.D. 
No. 9 Vein Split S.D. 
No. 9j Vein N.D. East 
No. 9£ Vein N.D. West 
Total 

District Total 



Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 

Northumberland 
Northumberland 



Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 

Northumberland 
Northumberland 

Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 



270 

65 

1,500 

250 

400 

6,496 

2,160 

5,400 

4,625 

3,600 

2,997 

410 

475 

67 

10 

1,560 

136 



1,602 
127 



1,964 
300 

450 
250 
150 
100 
950 

35,733 



250 
192 
220 
242 
240 
158 



156 

115 



1.729 




4 


_ 


_ 


359 


60 


4) 


_ 


. 


- 


25 


) 


- 


- 


10 


90 


) 


- 


- 


369 




4 


- 


- 



Company 



Days 
Worked Employes 



Fatal 
Acci- 
dents 



Non-fatal 
Accidents 



107 



Batz Coal Co. 

Falls Coal Co. 

Fasnacht Co., Noel 
No. 4 Vein Slope 
Diamond Vein Drift 
Total 

Faust Coal Co., Charles 
No. 1 Slope 
No. 2 Slope 

Total 

H. S. F. Coal Co. 

Herring, Richard & Harvey 

Huth Coal Co. 

Koons & Reber Coal Co. 
Orchard Slope 
Buck Mountain Drift 
Total 

Koperna Coal Co. 

Koperna Coal Co. No. 2 

L. S. F. Coal Co. 

Mervine & Sabatine Coal 

Mountain Top Coal Co. 

S. S. M. Coal Co. 

Sharp Mountain Coal Co. 

Viola Coal Co., Victor 

Weihrauch's, Frank 

District Total 



Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 



Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 



Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 

Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 

Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 

Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 



1,563 
3,550 



3.605 




7 


_ 


_ 


5,940 

980 


297 
92 


4 
3 


: 


Z 


6,920 




7 


- 


- 



1,246 
1,000 



714 
1,255 



1.969 



7,756 
642 
916 
10,500 
2,764 
6,357 
2,600 
7,400 
1.285 



57,579 



114 
98 
290 

86 

160 



280 
255 
300 
200 
286 
230 



DISTRICT 26 



B. & G. Coal Co. 
B. & N. Coal Co. 
Bologa & Co. 
Boner & Webb Coal Co. 
Brokenshire & Co. 
Byer Coal Co. 
D. & S. Coal Co. 
Fegley Bros. Coal Co. 
Forgotsch Brothers 
Hutira & Co. 
Jones Coal Co. 

Buck Mountain Slope 

No. 1 Tunnel 

Total 
Kluchinsky & Co. 
Matrishin Coal Co. 
Moran & Co. 
Olman Coal Co. 
S. & S. Coal Co. 
S. S. & H. Coal Co. 
Simoes & Co. 
Sluck Coal Co. 
Souchack Coal Co. 
Styka Brothers Coal Co. 

Buck Mountain Slope 

7 Ft. Slope 

Total 
Trenton Coal Co. 
Wadleigh Coal Co. 
Whytko Coal Co. 

District Total 



Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 

Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 

Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 

Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 

Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 



200 

425 
209 
100 

2,529 
110 
85 
300 

1,724 
430 

1,148 
470 



140 
100 



230 


110 


977 


206 


1,869 


218 


904 


257 


89 


96 


40 


15 


1,720 


145 


650 


102 


465 


111 



1 


,100 




174 


3 


- 


- 


1 


,084 




121 


3 


- 


_ 


2 


,184 






6 


_ 


_ 




952 


a 


233 


2 


- 


- 


3 


,535 




258 


4 


- 


- 




107 


b 


127 


3 


_ 


_ 


21 


,753 




142 


84 


" 


- 



Formerly Lazo Coal Co. produced 525 tons, worked 107 days, same men. 
• Formerly Aljac Coal Co. no production, worked 49 days, 4 men. 



108 



Company 



County 



Production 



DISTRICT 27 



Fatal 
Days Acci- Non-fatal 

Worked Employes dents Accidents 



A. & M. Coal Co. Schuylkil 
Ashland Community Enter. Schuylkil 

B. & N. Coal Co. Schuylkil 
Colket Coal Co. Schuylkil 
Crossroads Coal Co. Schuylkil 
Dembinski Coal Co. Schuylkil 
Fay-Mar Coal Co. Schuylkil 
H. & M. Coal Co. Schuylkil 
Haas Coal Co. Schuylkil 
HOB Coal Co. Schuylkil 
K. & S. Coal Co. Schuylkil 
Klinger Coal Co. Schuylkil 
Knorr Coal Co. Schuylkil 
Koperna Coal Co. Schuylkil 
Little Mine Coal Co. Schuylkil 
Makarczyk Brothers Part. Schuylkil 
Mickey Coal Co. Schuylkil 
Sapphire Coal Co. Schuylkil 
Tokarchek Coal Co. Schuylkil 
Watcher Coal Co. Schuylkil 

District Total 



3,060 
5,000 

1,576 
5,485 
4,972 
7,500 
40 
2,500 
6,392 
2,000 
3,500 
345 
1,980 
2,749 

2,252 
800 



DISTRICT 28 



B. & B. Coal Co. 

B. & C. Coal Co. 
Bell Coal Co. 

C. & M. Coal Co. 
Collier Coal Co. 

D. & J. Coal Co. 
Edgewood Coal Co. 
Fetterolf Coal Co. 
Foura Coal Co. 
Gripp Coal Co. 
Gusick Coal Co. 
Harry's Coal Co. 

No. 2 Slope 

No. 3 Slope 

Total 
K. W. & J. Coal Co. 
Kerstetter Coal Co. 
Kulpmont Coal Co. 

No. 1 Vein Slope 

No. 2 Vein Slope 
Total 
L. & L. Coal Co. 
L. & S. Coal Co. 
Lotus Coal Co. 
M. G. & S. Coal Co. 

No. 3 Vein Slope 

No. 4 Vein Slope 
Total 
Moore Coal Co. 
S. & M. Coal Co. 
South Mountain Coal Co. 

No. 1 Vein Slope 

No. 2 Vein Slope 

Total 
Split Vein Coal Co. 
Stellar Brothers Coal Co. 

No. 1 Slope 

No. 2 Slope 

Total 
Sun Coal Co. 
Twin Oaks Coal Co. 
W. & S. Coal Co. 



Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 

Northumberland 
Northumberland 

Northumberland 
Northumberland 

Northumberland 
Northumberland 

Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 

Northumberland 
Northumberland 

Northumberland 
Northumberland 

Northumberland 
Northumberland 

Northumberland 

Northumberland 
Northumberland 

Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 



6,250 

30 
4,476 
4,105 

31 
7,639 
4,000 a 
7,146 
10,100 
700 
1,080 

520 
1.553 



3,973 
3,120 



1,347 
997 



3,792 
2,800 
2,665 

90 
4,044 



4.134 



2,310 b 
4,087 



District Total 



274 
203 
240 
117 
197 
278 
286 
250 
100 
250 
288 
220 
250 

69 
198 
219 

21 
285 
100 



252 
290 



282 
260 



246 
208 



216 
168 
250 



c 
1.123 


10 
26 


) 
4) 


" 


- 


1.123 




4 


_ 


_ 


1,015 

2,020 
59 


98 

108 
5 


3 

4 
4 


- 


- 


2.079 




8 


_ 


_ 


4,800 
2,320 
7.200 


240 
144 
240 


4 
3 
4 


\ 


■ 


95,392 


182 


105 


- 


1 



Formerly Gowen Coal Co. produced 2,000 tons, worked 43 days, same men. 

• Formerly Raymond Maurer Mine produced 700 tons, worked 30 days, same men. 

• Opening new slope - no production. 



Company 



County 



Production 



DISTRICT 29 



A-B Coal Mine 

A. & W. Coal Co. 
Al-Don Coal Co. 

B. & L. Coal Co. 

B. K. P. Coal Co. 
B-Y Coal Co. 
Blue Coal 

Bridy Coal Slope 

C. & M. Coal Co. 
Campbell & Koack 
Char-Will Coal Co. 
Char-Will Coal Co. No. 2 

D. D. & Z. Coal Co. 
Derek & Wagner Coal Co. 
Eureka Coal Co. 

F. & L. Coal Co. 

G. & B. Coal Co. 
G. & L. Coal Co. 
G. & T. Coal Co. 
Garfield Coal Co. 
Goat Hill Coal Co. 
H. & S. Coal Co. 
K-H-K Coal Co. 

K. & Z. Coal Co. 
Kaleta Coal Co. 
Knapik Coal Co. 
L. & D. Coal Co. 
M. & P. Coal Co. 
Mattis Coal Co. 
McBab Coal Co. 
Miller Coal Co. 
Motto Partnership 
N. & S. Coal Co. 
Nahodil Coal Co. 
Nork Coal Co. 
0. & Y. Coal Co. 
P. & M. Coal Co. 
P-M-P Coal Co. 
Petrovich Coal Co. 
Pine Line Coal Co. 
Pleasant View Coal Co. 
Power Coal Co. 
Primrose Coal Co. 
Primrose Coal Co. 
R. & J. Coal Co. 
Rocky Side Coal Co. 
S. & H. Coal Co. 
Shady Side Coal Co. 
Shervinski & Jennis 
Soroka Coal Co. 
Star Coal Co. 
Stark Coal Co. 
Sunnyside Coal Co. 
T. & G. Coal Co. 
T. & H. Coal Co. 
Trevorton Coal Co. 
W. & S. Coal Co. 
*. & W. Coal Co. 
Warren Coal Co. 
West Point Coal Co. 
Windsor Coal Co. 
Y. & 0. Coal Co. 
Y. 6. R. Coal Co. 
Yuhas Coal Co. 

No. 1 Slope 

No. 2 Slope 

Total 

District Total 



Northumberland 
North umb er 1 and 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumber 1 and 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 

Northumberland 
Northumberland 



3,480 

2,879 

727 

998 

2,774 

450 

2,312 

3,100 

560 

242 

600 

2,400 

390 

3,800 

138 

980 

270 

1,260 

895 

1,700 

1,782 

3,568 

2,800 

3,792 

1,565 

425 

1,180 

1,730 

2,537 

1,876 

2,800 

455 

400 

1,840 

860 

860 

3,241 

3,240 

2,950 

2,680 

56 

420 

670 

186 

1,996 

4,825 

3,720 

1,825 

2,589 

1,992 

1,671 

163 

890 

326 

3,580 

1,430 

2,960 

1,796 

3,800 

740 

560 

540 



Fatal 
Days Acci- Non-fatal 

Worked Employes dents Accidents 



290 
280 



109 



256 

260 



110 
197 
194 
297 
232 
241 
207 
184 

68 
130 
120 
270 

92 
280 
110 
152 

90 
120 
150 
249 
284 
180 
126 



183 
312 
208 
180 
249 
128 
160 



260 
189 
250 



1,650 
900 


200 
88 


3 
2 


" 


" 


2.550 




5 


_ 


_ 


109,821 


165 


185 


" 


1 



110 



Company 



County 



Days 

Worked 



Fatal 

Acci- Non-fatal 
Employes dents Accidents 



B. 8. H. Coal Co. Schuylkill 

B. & K. Coal Co. Schuylkill 

B. & K. Coal Co. Schuylkill 

B. & M. Coal Co. Schuylkill 

B. R. T. Coal Co. Schuylkill 

Bonzwitz Coal Co. Schuylkill 

H. & H. Coal Co. Schuylkill 

J. & S. Coal Co. Schuylkill 

K. & B. Coal Co. Schuylkill 

K. B. M. K. Coal Co. Schuylkill 

K. & N. Coal Co. Schuylkill 

Kintzel Brothers Coal Co. Schuylkill 

Krammes Coal Co., Frank Schuylkill 

Kroh Coal Co. Schuylkill 

Last Chance Coal Co. Dauphin 

Lehman Coal Co. Schuylkill 

M. B. G. Coal Co. Schuylkill 

R. & F. Coal Co. Schuylkill 

R. & Z. Coal Co. Schuylkill 

Renninger & Partners Schuylkill 

S. S. S. B. Coal Co. Schuylkill 

Scheib & Shade Coal Co. Schuylkill 

Schell Brothers Coal Co. Schuylkill 

Shade Coal Co. Schuylkill 

Stump Coal Co., F. B. Schuylkill 

Swartzlander & Sons Coal Schuylkill 

Witmer & Herb Coal Co. Schuylkill 

Z. & B. Coal Co. Schuylkill 

District Total 



Division Total 



750 

780 

175 
1,450 

a 
1,064 
3,030 b 

590 
25 
1,507 
7,260 
2,841 
1,446 c 

860 

500 
2,050 
3,120 

200 

120 
1,032 

150 d 

128 
3,209 

685 e 
2,619 

680 
85 



124 
152 



125 

203 



165 
120 
38 
260 
260 
120 



2,050 


f 


204 


3 


_ 


_ 


38,406 




143 


89 


- 


2 


871,523 




158 


1,656 


2 


22 



a - No production - retimbering slope. 

b - Formerly Norman Etzweiler Coal Co. produced 1,740 tons, worked 87 days, same men. 

c - Formerly K. & Z. Coal Co. produced 1,446 tons, worked 165 days, same men. 

d - Formerly W. & D. Coal Co. produced 70 tons, worked 40 days, same men. 

e - Formerly M. M. S. Coal Co. produced 225 tons, worked 45 days, 4 men. 

f - Formerly Herring & Zimmerman produced 850 tons, worked 84 days, same men. 



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TABLE # 5 






















SUMMARY BY COUNTIES 


















TYPE OF WELLS REPORTED DRILLED 
















JANUARY 


- DECEMBER 1964 














Total Wells 




Gas 










Waste 


Salt Water 




County 


Drilled 


Gas 


& Oil 


Oil 


Storage 


Intake 


Dry 


Disposal 


& 


Other 


Test 


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4 


2 






1 




1 










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104 


78 


" 


3 


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23 


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1 


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1 


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11 


6 


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5 


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- 


- 


Butler 


19 


8 


1 


4 


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6 


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Cameron 


2 


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2 


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1 


- 


- 


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1 


- 




- 


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2 


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2 


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- 


- 


Clarion 


60 


26 


- 


16 


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18 


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8 


7 


- 


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1 


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Clinton 


1 


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1 


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67 


49 


4 


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25 


19 


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8 


Indiana 


96 


Jefferson 
Juniata 


32 

1 


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1 
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McKean 
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243 
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Potter 


11 


Somerset 


2 


Tioga 


12 


Venango 


101 


Warren 

Washington 

Westmoreland 


229 
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TABLE # 8 

SUMMARY BY COUNTIES AND COMPANIES OF PILLAR PERMITS ISSUED 

JANUARY - DECEMBER, 196/, 



Allegheny River Mining Company 

Balbo Coal Company 

Bethlehem Mines Corporation 

Black Diamond Coal Company 

Carpentertown Coal and Coke Company 

Corey Coal Company 

Doverspike Brothers Coal Company 

Duquesne Light Company 

Gateway Coal Company 

Harmar Coal Company 

Jamison Coal Company 

Jones and Laughlin Steel Corporation 

Leechburg Mining Company 

Marco Coal Company 

Mathies Coal Company 

National Mines Corporation 

Pittsburgh Coal Company 

Powell Coal Company 

Republic Steel Corporation 

r.ochester and Pittsburgh Coal Company 

United Industries Incorporated 

United States Steel Corporation 

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OIL AND GAS CONSERVATION COMMISSION 137 

DEPARTMENT OF MINES AMD MINERAL INDUSTRIES 

ANNUAL REPORT, 196^ 



It should be noted that only wells controlled by the Oil 
and Gas Conservation Law of 1961, P. L. 875. are included in the 
following report. 

With respect to the tables shO T <*dng data taken from com- 
pletion reports filed, it should be observed that statistics for 
permits issued in any one year cannot be considered complete until 
all well records are filed. 

The Commission maintains jurisdiction over the filing 
of well survey logs that may have been, or may be, taken in any 
well drilled under the control of the Conservation Law. The table 
showir.gr the lcs **i]ed is to be expected to change, even for pre- 
vious permit years, as additional logs are filed. 

Wells under Commission Jurisdiction, as shown in the 
table, will increase until such time as the number of productive 
wells produced, depleted ar-c plirrred fvri-.c sry cr.e rerrod: s'- = 1j. 
equ^l or exceed the number of new wells reported to be productive 
during such period. That only three productive wells have been 
reported has having been produced, depleted and plugged, is indica- 
tion that peak Jurisdiction of the Commission has not yet been 
approached . 

For a more complete description and history of the 
activities of the Oil and Gas Conservation Commission under the 
Law, reference is made to the Annual Report for I963 , the first 
full calendar year of operations under the Law which became 
effective September 25, 1961, and the Rules and Regulations pro- 
mulgated thereunder which did not become effective until April 1, 
1962. 



138 



OIL AND GAS CONSERVATION COMMISSION 
DEPARTMENT OF MIN^S AND MINERAL INDUSTRIES 



ANNUAL REPORT 1964 



Drilling Permits Issued 

Cancelations (=s of end 1964) 

Effective Permits 

^Effective date of Oil and Gas Conservat:' 



19^1 


1962 


1963 


1964 


TOTAL PERMITS 
SINCE 9/25/61' 


21 


70 


94 


98 


283 


1 


5 


11 


13 


30 


20 


65 


83 


85 


253 



Completion Report 


Filing 


Status 


P E 


R M 


I T 


S 












Reports Received: 






1961 


1962 


1963 


1964 


TOTAL 


As of end of I963 






19 


64 


59 


- 


142 


During 1964 






- 


- 


23 


63 


86 


Unreported as of end of 196^ 


1 


1 


1 


22 


25 


Well Record Information 




WILDCAT WELLS 


FIELD WELLS 








TOTAL WELLS 








Gas 


Dry 


Gas 


Dry 


Gas Dry 


1961 Permits 






1 


11 


4 


3 


5 1* 


1962 Permits 






7 


27 


23 


7 


30 34 


1963 Permits 






16 


17 


37 


12 


53(*) 29 


1964 Permits 






4 


19 


34 


6 


38(*) 25 



(*) Includes wells productive of both oil and gas; I-I963 Permit; 3-1964 Permits. 
Note: Wells having been projected to depths controlled by Oil and Gas Conservation 
Law, and not having reached such formations, together with wells having penetrated 
formations covered by the Conservation Law and found to be unproductive at such depths, 
thence plugged back to produce gas from shallow depths not covered by the Lav, are 
considered for Commission purposes to be dry. 



OIL AND GAS CONSERVATION COMMISSION 
DEPARTMENT OF MINFS AND MINERAL INDUSTRIES 



139 



Wells under Commission Jurisdiction 

'•'ells Reported Productive - - - - - 

Dry Veils to be Plugged - 

Active Wells Unreported ------ 

Less Productive Wells 

Fr^duced and Plugged ------ 

Total Jurisdiction Active Wells - - 



2961 
Permits 


1962 

Permits 


1963 
Permits 


1964 
Permits 


Total 


5 


30 


53 


38 


126 


1 


2 


2 


- 


5 


1 


1 


1 


22 


-ii 


7 


33 


56 


60 


156 


_ 


1 


2 


- 


__3 


7 


32 


54 


60 


153 



Number of Operators 

By Year 

Cumulative Since 9-25-61 
(Effective Eate of Law) 



1961 
12 



1962 



L963 


1964 


24 


24 


38 


48 



Temyerature, electric and Radioactivity Logs Filed 



Number of Survey Logs Filed 
Number of v el]s Surveyed 



1961 

Permits 



26 
12 



1962 

Permits 



73 

26 



1963 

Permits 



193 
64 



1964 
Permits 



139 

49 



Total 
431 
151 



Statement o^ Income - 1964 

Drilling Permit Fees 
Spacing Order Fees 
Integration Order Fees 



98 Wells at $25.00 each $2,450.00 

1 Application at $250.00 25O.OO 

1 Application at $100.00 100.00 



Total Income 



$2,800.00 



140 



OIL AND GAS CONSERVATION COMMISSION 
DEPARTMENT OF VINES AND MINERAL INDUSTRIES 



Permits by County 


1961 


1962 


1963 


1964 


(Cancellations Excluded) 










Armstrong 


_ 


. 


1 


_ 


Bedford 


_ 


5 


10 


11 


Blair 


1 




_ 


_ 


Bradford 


1 


_ 


2 


_ 


Cambria 




2 




_ 


Cameron 


4 


14 


1 


2 


Carbon 


_ 


1 


_ 


_ 


Center 


_ 


_ 


1 


1 


Clarion 


_ 


_ 


1 


3 


Clearfield 


2 


6 


4 


4 


Clinton 


_ 


1 


_ 


_ 


Crawford 


_ 


2 


25 


44 


Elk 


1 


3 


1 


_ 


Erie 


_ 


2 


_ 


1 


Eayette 


2 


2 


1 


2 


Greene 


_ 


1 


_ 


_ 


Indiana 


. 


5 


17 


1 


Jefferson 


_ 




1 


1 


Juniata 


_ 


_ 


_ 


1 


Lawrence 


_ 


. 


_ 


1 


Lycoming 


2 


_ 


_ 


_ 


MeKean 


1 


1 


1 


1 


Mercer 


. 


1 


2 


2 


Monroe 


_ 


„ 


. 


_ 


Northumberland 


_ 


» 


_ 


_ 


Potter 


1 


8 


1 


1 


Somerset 


1 


3 


1 


1 


Tioga 


2 


1 






Warren 


1 


_ 


1 


1 


Westmoreland 


1 


7 


12 


7 


Number of Wells 


20 


_i3 


_83 


Jl 


Number of Counties 


13 


18 


18 


18 



(By Year) 

(Cumulative since 9-25-6I) 
Effective date of Law 



26 



OIL AND GAS CONSERVATION COMMISSION 14X 

DEPARTMENT OF MINES AND MINERAL INDUSTRIES 

ProdnctiTe Wells by County (Excludes wells produced, depleted and plugged) 

1*61 1*62 1*63 l*61i 
PERMITS PERMITS PERMITS PERMITS 

Armstrong .... 

Bedford h 9 5 

Blair .... 

Bradford .... 

Cambria .... 

Cameron 2 11 - 

Carbon .... 

Center .... 

Clarion ..IX 

Clearfield 1112 

Clinton .... 

Crawford - 2 1* 26 

ELk 12.. 

Erie .... 

Fayette 1 - 1 . 

Greene .... 

Indiana - 1 10 - 

Jefferson - - - . 

Juniata .... 

Lawrence .... 

Lycoming .... 

McKean .... 

Mercer 1 

Monroe .... 

Northumberland .... 

Potter 5 

Somerset --11 

Tioga .... 

Warren .... 

Westmoreland ^_» ^3 8 3 

5 2y 51 36 



142 OIL AND GAS CONSERVATION COMMISSION 

DEPARTMENT OF MIMFS MD MINERAL INDUSTRIES 



BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS 

The Commissioners serve without compensation other than traveling 
and ot^er necessary expenses. 

The following are members o -0 the Board o^ Commissioners: 

Honorable H. B. Charmbury, Secretary- 
Department o-f Mjnes and Mineral Industries Serving by Statute 

H. J. Magner, Chairman Representing Independent Oil or Gas 

William E. Snee, Vice Chairman " Independent Gas 

W. Floyd Clinger " Independent Oil 

J. R. Wylie, Jr. " Major Non-Utility Gas 

Charles P. Duncan, Jr. " Major Utility Gas 

Charles E. McGinnis ■ Major Oil 

W. Roy Cunningham, Deputy Secretary, Oil and Gas Division, has 
served as a Commissioner having represented Honorable H. B. Charmbury at 
the Commission meetings and hearings when Dr. Charmbury has been unable to 
be present. 

Leon Ehrlich, Deputy Attorney General, has served as legal advisor 
to the Commission and has acted as Hearing Officer in the majority of its 
hearings. 

Fobert J. Hartman is Secretary of the Commission. 

MEETINGS 0* 1 COMMTSSr>NFRS 

During 196*4- the Board of Commissioners held 11 scheduled meetings 
to consider the administrative affairs of the Commission, conducted two public 
hearings, and held many informal con r erences among themselves on special 
problems of the Commission. 



OIL AND GAS CONSERVATION COMMISSION 
DEPARTMENT OF MIJFS AND MINERAL INDUSTRIES 



143 



Spacing and Integration Orders 

During 196*4-, the Commission held one hearing on an application for 
a spacing order, and one hearing on an application for an integration order. 
As a result, one spacing order was entered. The application for integration 
of interests was dismissed, together with one such previous application held 
over from I963. A supplemental order was also entered integrating the royalty 
interests in a spacing order area previously established. 

^he areas, totalling 21,833 acres, more or less, subject to Spacing 
Order control of the Commission are as follows: 



NAME OF POOL SPACING SPECIFIC 
COUNTIES ORDER UNITS 
DISCOVERY DATE AREA ESTABLISHED 



MINIMUM MINIMUM 

DISTANCE DISTANCE 

SET'aEEN FROM UNIT MINIMUM 

WELLS BOUNDARY UNIT 



Five Forks 

Bedford 

6-16-62 


3,105 
acres 


7 units averaging 
44P acres , but two 
wells were drilled 
on each o f two units, 
making the average 
345 acres per well 


2500' 


600' 


Specific units 
designated 


Arte mas 
Bedford 
6-29-63 


3,^7° 
acr^s 


12 units gver^ein? 
2*2 acres 


2500 ' 


65O' 


Specific units 
designated 


Blairsville 
Westmoreland 
2c Indiana 
11-1-62 


6,400 
acres 




3000' 


660' 


400 acres 


Murrysville 
Westmoreland 
& Allegheny 
9-19-63 


6,400 

acres 




4000' 


140C 


600 acres 


Somerset 
Somerset 
1-22-64 


2,550 
acres 


4 units averaging 
637j acres 


3000' 


1000' 


Specific units 
designated 



144 0T L AND GAS CONSERVATION COMMISSION 

DEPARTMENT ^E MINES AND MINERAL INDUSTRIES 



WILDCAT Tjr LIS - REPORTED PRODUCTIVE 

1963 PERMITS 

MER-32 Drilled by William C. Vandenberg, Jr., of Holland, Michigan, the 
Charlie Cromartie No. 1-A Well was completed in June, I963, for 
an initial open flow of 3^0 MCF, after fracture. Completion was 
in the Red Medina Sand, with perforations at 4989-91' and 4999-5003'. 
Rock pressure was reported to be 1225 psig, without designation as 
to shut-in time. Location is in Hickory Township, Mercer County, 
just to the south of Sharon, Pennsylvania. 

WES 38O The Donald Smith No. 5 Well of Peoples Natural Gas Company, located 
in Derry Township, Westmoreland County, was completed in December, 
1963, at a total depth of ?2l0. After fracture, initial open flow 
was reported to be 12,44P MCF, plus salt water, with a rock pressure 
of 2915 psig in 67 hours. °riskany was logged at 7110 to 7210, the 
total depth. This well was plugged in July, 1964, indicating that 
water conditions rendered the well non-commercial as a producer. 

SOM-30 Shell Oil Company completed the Robert D. Shumaker Well No. 1, in 
January, 1964, for an initial open flow of 3,800 MCF of gas after 
fracture, with rock pressure reported to be 3350 psig in 24 hours. 
The Oriskany was perforated at 8756-66, 8804-24 and 8824-40 '. Total 
depth was c 105' but the well was plugged back to 8917' for fracture. 
Tne well is located in Brot^ersvalle- To^rnship, Somerset County. 
No ot^er production having beer- discovered in the area, this well 
is known to be the discovery well of the Somerset Gas Pool, and led 
to the application ^or a spacing order in. the area. 

CRA-94 In February 1964, Transamerican Petroleum Corporation completed 
the J. H. Skull v ell No. 1, in Spring Township, Crawford County, 
developing an initial open flow production of 2,590 MCF, after 
acidizing through perforations at 6308-11 in the Gatesburg. Rock 
pressure was 2150 psig. Total depth was 6398*. This Gatesburg 
Sand discovery is in the Indian Springs Pool, which has many wells 
producing from the Red Medina Sand at a depth of about 4000'. 



OIL AND GAS CONSERVATION COMMISSION 145 

DEPARTMENT OF MTJFS AND MINERAL INDUSTRIES 



WILDCAT WELIS - REPORTED PRODUCTIVE 



196U PERMITS 



BED 31 In August, 1964, New York State Natural Gas Corporation completed 

the LeRoy LaMaster No, 1 Well, in Mann Township, Bedford County 
at a location more than two miles south of the nearest production 
in the Artemas Pool. Initial open flow is reported at 4,050 MCP, 
after fracture with a rock pressure of 1*400 psig in 4 days. Gas 
was found in the Oriskany at 477-4' and from 4804 to 4834 feet. 
Total depth was 493 1' but the well was plugged back to 4870'. 
This well is very close to the Maryland State line. 

BED 32 New York State Natural Gas Corporation completed the T. 3Iair Elbin 

No. 1 Well in October 1964, approximately 2 miles north of 3ED-31, 
in Mann Township, Bedford County. Oriskany was found at 5450-74*, 
with initial open flow reported at 5,082 MCF after fracture. Rock 
pressure was 1^71 psig in 91 hours. Total depth was 55?4 feet. 
This well is known as the discovery well of the 3ig Mountain Gas Pool. 

CLA 189 Fairman Drilling Company developed an initial open flow production 

of 1,250 MCF after fracture in the James A. Mays No. 2 Well, 
Monroe Township, Clarion County. Rock pressure was 2745 in 1L2 
hours. T^e Oriskany was found at 5674-85' and the well was fractured 
in an open hold. Total depth was 5692 ' . This well may be con- 
sidered as a confirmation of the James A. Mays No. 1 Well, drilled 
by t^e same operator, One mile to t^e east, having developed small 
fas production vi th salt water. 

CRA 119 In May, 1964, Transamerican Petroleum Corporation drilled the 

Voorhees No. 1 Well in Beaver Towns^vp, Crawford County, and 
developed an initial open flow in the Gatesburg of 1,640 MCE 
o^ gas, acidizing with perforations at 6010-18 and 6020-25. 
Total depth was 6191'. Rock pressure was reported to be 2200 
psig, but the shut-in time was not indicated. This well is 
considered to be the discovery well of the Beaver Center Gates- 
burg Gas Pool. 



DIRECTORY 



148 



COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA 

DEPARTMENT OF MINES AND MINERAL INDUSTRIES 

ANTHRACITE DIVISION 



H. B. Charmbury 
Secretary of Mines and 
Mineral Industries 

Home « 

Gordon E. Smith 
Deputy Secretary of 
Mines and Mineral 
Industries Home: 

Mrs. M. B. Gutshall 
Administrative Officer 

Home i 

Leon Ehrlich 

Deputy Attorney General 

Office: 
Home: 

Wilkes-Barre Office 



Ralph A. Lambert 
Chief Mining Engineer 
Home: 

Rodger J. Howell 

William Taby 

Harry A. Voigt 

Norman Becker 

John Prosser 

Michael Yaccino 

Harrison D. Harper 



David R. Maneval 
Director 



William Baker 



Chester Gormley 
Director 



400 North Third Street 
222 East Irvin Avenue 


Harrisburg 
State College 


Area 

Code 
717 

814 


787-4686 
787-4687 
787-4688 
237-4726 


Motor Contracts Corp. Bldg. 
Room 2A - 108 South Claude 
A. Lord Boulevard 
161 Avenue "C" 


Pottsville 717 
Schuylkill Haven 717 


622-1110 

385-0023 


400 North Third Street 
2958 Lincoln Street 


Harrisburg 
Camp Hill 


717 
717 


787-4686 
787-4687 
787-4688 
737-9895 


400 North Third Street 


Harrisburg 


717 


787-5054 


146 North Sixth Street 
1429 Dauphin Avenue 


Reading 
Wyomissing 


215 

215 


376-1525 
376-5829 


90 East Union Street 


Wilkes-Barre 


717 


822-9150 


.MINING ENGINEERS 








400 North Third Street 


Harrisburg 


717 


787-4805 


3330 Highland Street 


Allentown 


215 


395-4585 


417 West Atherton Avenue 


Taylor 


717 


562-1160 


204 North Rock Street 


Shamokin 


717 


648-2436 


49 South Atherton Avenue 


Kingston 


717 


287-4906 


95 West Vaughn Street 


Kingston 


717 


287-4755 


110 East Sunbury Street 


Shamokin 


717 


648-6974 


1042 North James Street 


Hazleton 


717 


455-7033 


158 South Balliet Street 


Frackville 


717 


874-0164 


RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT 






400 North Third Street 


Harrisburg 


717 


787-5104 


1867 North Oak Lane 


State College 


814 


238-0977 


PUBLIC RELATIONS 








400 North Third Street 
221 North Dithridge Street 


Harrisburg 
Pittsburgh 


717 
412 


787-4617 
682-9653 


COAL MINE SUBSIDENCE INSURANCE FUND 


717 
717 




216 Pine Street 
3641 Brisban Street 


Harrisburg 
Harrisburg 


787-5565 
787-4761 
564-2777 


ANTHRACITE CONSERVATION AND RECLAMATION 







Wesley I. Stonebraker 
Director 

Home: 



400 North Third Street Harrisburg 
111 South 24th Street Camp Hill 



717 
717 



787-5548 
761-1751 



ANTHRACITE; MINE INSPECTORS 



149 



District 

Number 






1 


N. 


A. 


Sanders, Actg. 


3 


W. 


A. 


Sanders 


11 


T. 


M. 


Beaney 


12 


J. 


A. 


Bugel 


13 


M. 


R. 


Devens 


14 


K. 


C. 


Lee 


15 


P. 


P. 


Hino, Actg. 


16 


F. 


C. 


O'Connor 


17 


G. 


F. 


Kettle 


18 


J. 


J. 


Shober,Jr.,Actg. 


19 


J. 


J. 


Shober, Jr. 


20 


G. 


P. 


Gallagher 


21 


A. 


J. 


Latz 


22 


J. 


R. 


Ruane 


23 


J. 


P. 


Brophy 


24 


H. 


E. 


Shomper 


25 


Walte 


r Davis 


26 


P. 


P. 


Hino 


27 


R. 


0. 


Schneider 


28 


A. 


A. 


Joyce 


29 


H. 


R. 


Reese 


30 


W. 


D. 


Maurer 



Michael Polinko 



Karl A. Meyer 



Stephen M. Matsick 
Charles W. Jones 



Andrew Yesalusky 
John J. Lavix 



W. Roy Cunningham 
Deputy Secretary 
Home: 



Charles C. Songer 
Howard W. Martin 
Charles E. Baldwin 

William J. Burns, Jr. 
Charles F. Straub 
Richard F. Walther 



Robert J. Hartman 
Secretary 



R. D. 2 
R. D. 2 

366 Monument Avenue 
336 Columbia Avenue 
38 Butler Street 
88 Old River Road 
108 East Mahanoy Avenue 
R. D. 2, Box 370 
246 West Spruce Street 
64 East Railroad Street 
64 East Railroad Street 
103 East Arch Street 
9 West Phillips Street 
928 No. Washington St. 
422 West Third Street 
138 East Lincoln Street 
512 West Market Street 
108 East Mahanoy Avenue 
216 North 9th Street 
317 South Maple Street 
R. D. 1, Box 41, H-l 
25 Vaux Avenue 



Dalton 

Dalton 

Wyoming 

Atlas 

Forty Fort 

Wilkes-Barre 

Mahanoy City 

Pottsville 

Shamokin 

Nesquehoning 

Nesquehoning 

Shamokin 

Coaldale 

Shamokin 

Mount Carmel 

Shamokin 

Pottsville 

Mahanoy City 

Ashland 

Mount Carmel 

Elysburg 

Tremont 



Area 

Code 



ELECTRICAL INSPECTOR, 
1211 Chestnut Street Kulpmont 

ELECTRICAL ENGINEER 
84 River Street Forty Fort 

MINE RESCUE & FIRST AID INSTRUCTOR 
617 E. Patterson Street Lansford 
231 West Main Street Girardville 

FIELD INV5STIGATQR.S 
35 West Frack Street Frackville 
44 Union Street Plains 

OIL AND QAS, DIVISION 

Room 1205 State Office Pittsburgh 22 

Bldg., 300 Liberty Avenue 

919 Harlan Avenue Johnstown 

OIL AND GAS INSPECTORS 

100 E. Wayne St., Box 801 Warren 

321 North Eighth Street Indiana 
907 Williams Street 

McJ. Acres Washington 

335 North Barnett Street Brookville 

505 Oak Street, Box 141 Coudersport 

630 Southview Drive Pittsburgh 26 

OIL AND GAS CONSERVATION COMMISSION 

Room 1708, Benedum- Trees 

Bldg., 223 4th Avenue Pittsburgh 



717 


563-1945 


717 


563-1945 


717 


693-0222 


717 


339-1103 


717 


287-4576 


717 


823-1977 


717 


773-3694 


717 


544-2573 


717 


648-2335 


717 


669-6048 


717 


669-6048 


717 


648-3887 


717 


645-5727 


717 


648-0262 


717 


339-3171 


717 


648-3124 


717 


622-4107 


717 


773-3694 


717 


875-1861 


717 


339-0514 


717 


672-2853 


717 


695-3672 


717 


373-9449 


717 


287-3753 


717 


645-4256 


717 


276-6353 


717 


874-2771 


717 


823-4407 


412 


391-2100 




Ext. 734 


814 


299-2812 


814 


723-7477 


412 


463-0590 


412 


222-3295 


814 


849-2445 


814 


274-8840 


412 


563-3656 



150 



COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA 
DEPARTMENT OF MINES AND MINERAL INDUSTRIES 



ANTHRACITE DIVISION 
Breakers, Washer ies and Preparation Plants 



Dist- 
rict 



Preparation Plant 

Ace Breaker 

Ace Breaker 

Altamont Breaker a 

B. & N. Breaker 

Bar Mac Breaker 

Barry Washery 

Beaver Brook Breaker 

Bel Air Breaker 

Bellevue Washery a 

Black Heath Breaker 

Blaschak Breaker 

Blended Breaker 

Bliss Breaker 

Bliss Washery 

Bolands Breaker 

Booth Breaker 

Branch Breaker b 

Brockton Breaker 

Buckley Breaker 

Cains Breaker 

Candlemas Washery 

Carbon Run Breaker 

Cleaning Plant 1 

Cleaning Plant 2 

D. & D. Breaker 

D. & Z. Breaker 

Diamond Breaker 

Dicksville Breaker 

Diminick Breaker 

DiRenzo Breaker 

Donaldson Colliery 

Dorrance Breaker 

Elizabethville Washery 

Emerich Washery 

Englewood Breaker 

Forestville Washery 

Franklin Hydrotated Breaker 

Gilberton Breaker 

Glen Burn Breaker 

Glen Lyon Breaker 

Glenn Worth Breaker 

Glosek Breaker 

Gowen Breaker 

Greenwood Breaker 

H. J. & H. Breaker 

Hazleton Shaft Breaker 

Highland No. 5 Fine Coal Plant 

Hillside Breaker 

Hillside Breaker 

Honeybrook Breaker 

Hoover Breaker 

Huber Breaker 

Indian Head Breaker 

Jeddo No. 7 Breaker 

Joliett Breaker c 

K. & D. Breaker 

K. & K. Breaker 

K. M. «. F. Breaker 

K. & P. Breaker 

Kaska Breaker 



Company , 

Ace Coal Co. 

Ace Coal Sales 

Altamont Coal Co. 

B. & N. Coal Co. 

Bar Mac Coal Co., Inc. 

Mosolino Contracting Co. 

Beaver Brook Coal Co. 

Bel Air Coal Co. 

Monroe Co., Inc. 

Phoenix Contracting Co. 

Blaschak Coal Co. 

Blended Coal Co. 

Bliss Coal Co. 

Bliss & Son, Inc. , R.T. 

DeAngelis, Inc. 

E. & B. Coal Sales 

Branch Coal Corp. 

Brockton Black Beauty Coal Co. 

Buckley Coal Corp. 

Cain Coal Co. 

Coleby Coal Co. 

Rosini Coal Co. 

Carbondale Coal Co. 

Carbondale Coal Co. 

D. & D. Coal Co. 

D. & Z. Coal Co. 

Diamond Coal Co., Inc. 

Dicksville Coal Co. 

Diminick Coal Sales 

DiRenzo Coal Co. 

Anthracite Fine Coals, Inc. 

Lehigh Valley Anthracite, Inc. 

Elizabethville Coal Co. 

Emerich, William G. 

Englewood Coal Co. 

Manbeck Dredging Co., Inc. 

Franklin Coal Co. 

Gilberton Coal Co. 

Susquehanna Coal Co. 

Susquehanna Coal Co. 

Glenn Worth Coal Co. 

Glosek Brothers Coal Sales 

Greybosh Coal Co. 

Greenwood Mining Co. 

H. J. & H. Coal Co. 

Lehigh Valley Anthracite, Inc. 

Jeddo-Highland Coal Co. 

Hillside Coal Co. 

Hegins Mining Co. 

Honeybrook Mines, Inc. 

Hoover Mining Co. 

Glen Alden Corporation 

Indian Head Coal Co. 

Jeddo-Highland Coal Co. 

Joliett Realty Co. 

K. & D. Coal Co. 

K. & K. Coal Co. 

K. M. & F. Coal Service 

K. & P. Coal Co. 

Dale Contracting Corp. 



Location 

Blakely 

Weigh Scales 

Frackville 

Schuylkill Haven 

Weigh Scales 

Gordon 

Beaver Brook 

Duryea 

Scranton 

Cressona 

Saint Nicholas 

Weigh Scales 

Cherry Township 

Mauch Chunk 

Carbondale 

Cherry Township 

Pottsville 

Brockton 

Eckley 

Shamokin 

Haddock 

South Shamokin 

Carbondale 

Carbondale 

Mount Carmel 

Weigh Scales 

Atlas 

Swoyersville 

Paxinos 

Minersville 

Donaldson 

Wilkes-Barre 

Elizabethville 

Ono 

Frackville 

Forestville 

Ravine 

Gilberton 

Shamokin 

Glen Lyon 

Cressona 

Weigh Scales 

Hazleton 

Rahn Township 

Zerbe 

Hazleton 

Wilburton 

South Tamaqua 

Zerbe 

Audenried 

Paxinos 

Ashley 

Tremont 

Harleigh 

Joliett 

Weigh Scales 

Atlas 

Middleport 

Minersville 

Middleport 



Dist- 
rict,. 



Preparation Plant 



Company 



Location 



11 
12 
25 



16 
15 
30 
15 
21 
23 



22 

21 



21 
12 
12 



18 
25 
21 



29 
11 
1 
27 
24 
27 
26 
26 
19 



Kassa Breaker 

Kerrigan Breaker 

Koch's Breaker 

Kocher Breaker 

Kowalchick Breaker 

Legal Breaker 

Leonard Breaker 

Lincoln Washery 

Lion Breaker 

Live Oak Breaker 

Locust Summit Breaker 

Loomis Breaker 

Loree Breaker 

Lower Region Washery 

Lowland Washery 

Lytle Washery 

Mai ho Breaker 

Mammoth Breaker 

Maple Spring Breaker 

Marl in Breaker 

Matisko Cleaning Plant 

Mazaika Breaker 

Midvalley Colliery 

Minersville Breaker 

Meadowbrook Breaker 

Meadowbrook Washery 

Millersville Breaker d 

Morgan Breaker 

Morea Breaker e 

Mount Hazle Breaker 

Mountain Side Breaker 

New Saint Nicholas Breaker 



Kassa Coal Co. 

Kerrigan Coal Co. 

Koch Co., Joseph 

Kocher Coal Co. 

Kowalchick, Michael 

Legal Coal Co. 

Leonard Coal Co. 

Manbeck Dredging Co., Inc. 

Cunningham Coal Co. 

Live Oak Coal Co. 

Reading Anthracite Co. 

Lehigh Valley Anthracite, Inc. 

Glen Alden Corporation 

Lower Region Colliery 

Manbeck Dredging Co., Inc. 

Winnie Land Co., Inc. 

Malho Coal Co. 

Lehigh Valley Anthracite, Inc. 

Maple Spring Coal Co. 

Cass Contracting Co. 

Matisko Coal Co. 

Mazaika Coal Co. 

Jeddo-Highland Coal Co. 

Minersville Coal Co., Inc. 

Meadowbrook Coal Co. 

Meadowbrook Coal Co. 

Pine Ridge Mining Co. 

Penn Can Coal Co. 

Lehigh Valley Anthracite Inc. 

Locust Valley Coal Co. 

Mountain Side Coal Co. 

Reading Anthracite Co. 



New St. Nicholas Fine Coal PlantReading Anthracite Co. 



18 
26 
20 



North Line Breaker 

No. 6 Washery 

Oakwood Breaker 

Old Mill Breaker 

Olenick Breaker 

O'Toole Sizing Plant 

P. & W. V. Ramp 

P-45 Cleaner Plant 

Penag Colliery 

Penbrook Breaker 

Pine Creek Breaker 

Pine Forest Washery 

Pompey Breaker 

Potts Breaker 

R. & R. Washery 

Ranshaw Washery 

Ratchford Breaker 

Raymond Breaker 

Reichwein & Beury Breaker 

Reidinger Breaker 

Rosa Breaker 

Saint Nicholas No. 4- & 5 Plant 

Saint Nicholas Central Breaker 

Salem Creek Breaker 

Savitski Breaker 

Schneck's Breaker 

Sebastopol Breaker 

Seltzer Breaker 

Shomper Breaker 

Silver Creek Breaker 

Skytop Breaker 

South Tamaqua Breaker 

Split Vein Breaker 

Spring Creek Breaker 

Starwood Breaker g 

State Coal Co. Breaker 



Steam Coals, Inc. 

Manbeck Dredging Co., Inc. 

Oakwood Coal Co. 

Old Mill Coal Yard 

Olenick Brothers Coal Co. 

O'Toole, John F. 

P. & W. V. Coal Co. 

Reading Anthracite Co. 

Penag Coal Co. 

Penbrook Coal Co. 

Pine Creek Coal Co. 

Reading Anthracite Co. 

Pompey Coal Co. 

Potts Co., Allen 

R. & R. Coal Co. 

Folger & Chapleski 

Ratchford & Son 

Northwest Mining Co., Inc. 

Reichwein & Beury Coal Co. 

Reidinger Coal Service, Inc. 

Capparell Coal Co., Inc. 

Reading Anthracite Coal Co. 

Reading Anthracite Coal Co. f 

Lehigh Valley Anthracite, Inc. 

Savitski Brothers Coal Sales 

Schneck Coal Co., Thomas W. 

Sebastopol Coal Co. 

Seltzer Coal Co. 

Shomper Coal Co. 

Silver Creek Coal Co., Inc. 

Skytop Coal Co. 

South Tamaqua Coal Pockets 

Split Vein Coal Co. 

Spring Creek Coal Co. 

Starwood Coal Corp. 

State Coal Co., Inc. 



Laflin 

Williamstown 

Ravine 

Valley View 

Primrose 

Good Spring 

Hazleton 

Pine Grove RD 3 

Hazleton 

Primrose 

Locust Gap 

Hanover 

Larksville 

Trevorton Road 

Landingville 

Primrose 

Lavelle 

Lost Creek 

Branchdale 

Marl in 

Forest City 

Tamaqua 

Wilburton 

Minersville 

Lykens 

Lykens 

Ashland 

Old Forge 

Morea Colliery 

New Boston 

South Tamaqua 

Duncott 

Duncott 

South Shamokin 

Lansford 

Pine Grove 

Llewellyn 

Forestville 

Moosic 

Lykens 

Buck Run 

Good Spring 

Archbald 

Spring Glen 

Saint Clair 

Jessup 

Pine Grove 3 

Lehighton RD 2 

Ranshaw 

Cherry Township 

Eynon 

Ashland 

Paxinos 

Shenandoah 

Saint Nicholas 

Saint Nicholas 

Pottsville 

Atlas 

Pine Grove 1 

Jenkins Township 

Frackville 

Tower City 

New Philadelphia 

New Boston 

South Tamaqua 

Weigh Scales 

South Tamaqua 

New Boston 

Shamokin 



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rict Preparation Plant 



Company 



Location 



15 
25 



Stonehill Breaker 

Strohecker Breaker 

Sunshine Breaker 

Superior Breaker 

Swatara Breaker 

Swift Breaker 

Taylor Breaker 

Tedesco Breaker 

Tremont Anthracite Breaker 

Trevorton Breaker (New) 

Trevorton Breaker (Old) h 

Underkoffler Breaker 

Upper Lehigh Breaker 

Valley Breaker 

Waddell Washery 

Walton Breaker 

Wessner Breaker 



Stonehill Coal Co. 
Strohecker Coal Breaker 
Sunshine Coal Co. 
Superior Coal Co. 
Swatara Coal Co. 
Swift Coal Sales 
Moffat Coal Co., Inc. 
Tedesco Brothers Coal Co. 
Tremont Anthracite Co. 
Reading Anthracite Co. 
Reading Anthracite Co. 
Underkoffler Coal Service 
Sandy Run Miners & Producers, 
Valley Coal Co. 
Waddell Coal Mining Co., Inc. 
Walton Co., John 
Wessner Coal Co. 



Loyalton 
Elizabethville 
Dunklebergers 
Valley View 
Zerbe 
Paxinos 
Taylor 
Pardeesville 
Tremont 
Trevorton 
Trevorton 
Lykens 
Inc. Upper Lehigh 
Tamaqua 
Jessup 

Schuylkill Haven 
Tamaqua 



(a) Ceased operations in August, 1964. 

(b) Ceased operations in April, 1964. 

(c) Breaker idle during entire year. 

(d) Breaker abandoned during June, 1964. 

(e) Breaker began operations in November, 1964. 

(f) Ceased operations in January, 1964. 

(g) Breaker began operations in October, 1964. 
(h) Breaker abandoned March, 1964. 



COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA 



153 



DEPARTMENT OF MINES AND MINERAL INDUSTRIES 



ANTHRACITE OPERATORS - YEAR 1964 



Operator 



General Manager 



Address 



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3 

18 
17 
23 
16 
19 

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12 
22 
23 
20 
29 
22 
24 



A-B Coal Mine @ 
A. C. & A. Coal Co. DM 
A. & D. Coal Co. DM 
A. & K. Coal Co. @ 
A. & K. Coal Co. @ 
A. & J. Coal Co. DM 
A. & J. Coal Co. @ 
A. & M. Coal Co. @ 
A. & P. Coal Co. DM 
A. St S. Coal Co. @ 
A. & T. Coal Co. @ 
A. T. & D. Coal Co. @ 
A. & W. Coal Co. @ 
Abrasonis Coal Co, @ 
Ace Coal Sales BP 
Ace Coal Co. B 
Acme Coal Co. @ 
Adams Coal Co. @ 
Adams Partnership @ 
Al-Don Coal Co. @ 
Alarcon Coal Co. DM 



Arthur Boscolovich 
Lousi Agostini 
John Daukshus 
Ralph A. Koch 
Norbert Anascavage 
Andrew Drebitko 
Anthony Chavokis 
Sara Asciotti 
Joseph Reho 
Joseph Santos 
Paul Thomas 
Cyril Doyle 
Joseph Astick 
John Abrasonis 
Earl Hertzog 
Loui3 Simoncelli 
Joseph Reho 
Adam Pisanko 
Foster Adams 
Donald R. Bramhall 
Frank Alarcon 



26 


Alessi Coal Co. DM 


Natalie Alessi 


26 


Aljac Coal Corp. DM 


Albert Peca 


23 


Al Mar Coal Co. DM 


Albert Dietz 


21 


Allen Mining Co. DM 


John Stranko 


20 


Amarose Bros. Coal Co. @ 


Louis Amarose 


26 


Altamont Coal Co. BP 


George Kosishok 


19 


Andrews Partnership @ 


William Andrews 


30 


Anspach & Umbenhauer Coal Co. 


DMFred Anspach 


18 


Anthracite By- Products Co. bk 


Walter Bobowsky 


25-27 


Anthracite Fine Coals, 








Inc., BP DM S 


Robert Doebler 


27 


Ashland Community, Enterprises® Emil Ermert 


15 


Audenried Mines, Inc. DM 


Andrew Brazzo 


20 


B 


& B. Coal Co. fe 


Arail Bielarski 


28 


B 


& B. Coal Co. @ 


Frank Bare 11a 


23 


B 


& B. Coal Co. @ 


Norbert Anascavage 


15 


B 


B. & C. Coal Co. @ 


George Biskupic 


28 


B 


& C. Coal Co. § 


Edward Campbell 


30 


B 


& C. Coal Co. DM 


Willard Clark 


23 


B 


& D. Coal Co. @ 


George Dedovich 


22 


B 


& D. Coal Co. @ 


Henry Barlow 


21 


B 


D. & H. Coal Co. @ 


Leroy Bainbridge 


17 


B 


& E. Coal Co. @ 


David A. Ernest 


20 


B 


& E. Coal Co. @ 


William Biscoe 


26 


B 


& G. Coal Co. @ 


Joseph Benedict 


30 


B 


& H. Coal Co. @ 


Eugene Hawk 


21 


B 


H. & L. Coal Co. @ 


George Honyara 


22 


B 


& J. Coal Co. @ 


Wm. J. Bernitski 


30 


B 


& K. Coal Co. - #1 Vn. Si. 


@ Jeremiah Kintzel 


30 


B 


& K. Coal Co. - #2 Vn. SI. 


@ Kenneth Wolfgang 


29 


B 


K. P. Coal Co. @ 


John Patrilak 


24 


B 


& L. Coal Co. • 


Walter Belskie 


29 


B 


& L. Coal Co. @ 


Michael Grego 


23 


B 


& M. Coal Co. @ 


Victor Bridy 


12 


B 


& M. Coal Co. @ 


Ralph Boyer 


16 


B 


& M. Coal Co. DM 


Wayne Moyer 


19 


B 


& M. Coal Co. @ 


John Bombar 


30 


B 


. & M. Coal Co. 


Clervin Miller 


26 


E 


& N. Coal Co. © 


John Bolish 


27 


B 


& N. Coal Co. 


Chester Nork 


19 


B 


& N. Coal Co. BP 


Daniel Koury 


23 


B 


N. & S. Coal Co. @ 


Anthony Nestico 


27 


B 


. & 0. Coal Co. DM 


Charles Ressler 


12 


B 


, & P. Coal Co. @ 


William D. Showers 


30 


B 


. R. T. Coal Co. d 


Thomas E. Daubert 



Ran s haw 

Old Forge 

Tamaqua 

Shamokin 

Excelsior 

Pottsville 

Port Carbon 

Girardville 

Williamstown 

Mt. Carmel 

Excelsior 

Mt. Carmel 

Shamokin 

Shanandoah 

Shamokin, R.D.2 

Blakely 

Williamstown 

Kulpmont 

Helfenstein 

Shamokin 

Keiser 

Mahanoy City 

Mahanoy City 

Mt. Carmel 

Pottsville 

Atlas 

Frackville 

Frackville 

Pine Grove, R.D.I 

McAdoo 

Donaldson 

Ashland 

Beaver Meadow 

Ashland 

Mt. Carmel 

Excelsior 

Tamaqua, R.D.2 

Shamokin 

Hegins, R.D.I 

Excelsior 

Atlas 

Pottsville, R.D.2 

Shamokin 

Girardville 

Mahanoy City 

Pine Grove, R.D.3 

Minersville 

Mt. Carmel 

Pine Grove, R.D.2 

Donaldson 

Keiser 

Shamokin 

Keiser 

Excelsior 

Valley View 

Valley View 

Minersville 

Hegins 

Mahanoy City 

Shaft 

Pottsville 

Kulpmont 

Hegins, R.D.2 

Williamstown 

Pine Grove, R.D.2 



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District 


Operator 


General Manager 


Address 


23 


B. & S. Coal Co. DM 


Victor Blascovich 


Locust Gap 


24 


B. & S. Coal Co. @ 


Alfred Berry 


Shamokin 


29 


B-Y Coal Co. 8 


Joseph Yankoski 


Shamokin 


21 


B. Z. & D. Coal Co. @ 


Joseph Zitka 


Pottsville, R.D.2 


12 


Bair Coal Co. @ 


Frank Bair 


Williamstown 


17 


Banks Coal Co. @ 


Michael S. Kidron 


Trevorton 


24 


Bar-Mac Coal Co., Inc. BP 


Charles Greco 


Mt. Carmel 


13 


Bartoli Construction 








Co., Gene bk 


Eugene Bartoli 


Wilkes-Barre 


25 


Batz Coal Co. @ 


Donald Batz 


Pine Grove, R.D.I 


12 


Bear Gap Stripping Co., Inc. S 


George Tallman 


Lykens 


19 


Bear Ridge Coal Co. § 


Peter Smertsky 


Frackville 


15 


Beaver Brook Coal Co., Inc. B 


Edward Dormer 


Beaver Brook 


28 


Bednarczyk Coal Co. DM 


Joseph W. Bednarczyk 


Shamokin 


11 


Bel Air Coal Co. BP 


Bert Andrews 


Duryea 


28 


Bell Coal Co. • 


Michael Stasick 


Trevorton 


1 


Bell Mountain Coal Co. @ 


William Endrezze 


Mocanaqua 


19 


Bernitsky Coal Co. DM 


Albert Bernitsky 


New Philadelphia 


19 


Bernitsky & Stenulis ParnershipSJoseph Bernitsky 


New Philadelphia 


21 


Big Hill Coal Co. 8 


Joseph Zukowski 


Minersville 


18 


Big Pine Coal, Inc. DM 


Vincent Basgil 


Middleport 


15 


Biskupic Coal Co. @ 


John Biskupic 


McAdoo 


16 


Bixler Coal Co. DM 


Herman Bixler 


Valley View 


18 


Blaschock Coal Co. @ 


John Blashock, Jr. 


Park Crest 


26 


Blaschak Coal Co. BP 


Edward Razzis 


Mahanoy City 


2k 


Blended Coal Co. BP 


Charles Greco 


Mt. Carmel 


11 


Bliss Coal Co. BP S 


Carl Bliss 


Mildred 


18 


Bliss & Son, Inc., R. T. bk 


R. T. Bliss 


Nesquehoning 


12-27 


Bloch Brothers Coal Co. DM @ 


Paul Bloch 


Hegins, R.D.2 


25 


Blue Bell Enterprises S 


John Butcavage 


Minersville 


29 


Blue Coal @ 


William Yeager 


Shamokin 


18 


Blue Jay Coal Co. DM 


Michael Bubel 


Brockton 


12 


Blyler Coal Co., Glen 8 


Glen Blyler 


Williamstown 


23 


Bojack Coal Co. 8 


Walter Bogus 


Excelsior 


26 


Bologa & Co. 8 


John Bologa 


New Boston 


30 


Bonawitz Coal Co. @ 


Daniel Bonawitz 


Pine Grove 


26 


Boner & Webb Coal Co. 8 


James Boner 


Mahanoy City 


23 


Borkowski Coal Co. 8 


Walter Borkowski 


Ran shaw 


21 


Bosack Coal Co. DM 


Frank Bosack, Jr. 


Pottsville 


27 


Bowman & Coleman Coal Co. DM 


Henry bowman 


Sacramento 


21 


Branch Coal Corp. BP 


Walter Ryon 


Pottsville 


23 


Brassington Coal Co. 8 


Kenneth Brassington 


Excelsior 


29 


Bridy Coal Slope 8 


Gilbert Bridy 


Shamokin 


24-29 


Bridy, Incorporated S 


Edward A. Bridy 


Atlas 


18 


Broad Mountain Coal Co. 8 


Joseph Swilp 


Cumbola 


18 


Brockton Black Beauty 








Coal Co., BP 


Ralph Tenaglia 


Brockton 


26 


Brokenshire & Co. 8 


George Brokenshire 


Barnesville 


15 


Brook Contracting Corp. S 


Charles E. Wezner 


Hazleton 


12 


Brosious & Troup S 


Jay Troup 


Williamstown 


17 


Bruno & Peifer Coal Co. 8 


John E. Bruno 


Trevorton 


21 


Buck Coal Co. 8 


John Gurski 


Pottsville, R.D.I 


22 


Buck Coal Co. S 


John Miller 


Mt. Carmel 


15 


Buckley Coal Corp. B 


Norman James 


Ringtown 


20 


Burnrite Coal Co. DM 


Joseph Zukus 


Atlas 


16 


Bush Coal Co. DM 


Earl Bush 


Tower City 


18 


Butensky Coal Co. @ 


Charles Butensky 


Branchdale 


26 


Byer Coal Co. 8 


Joseph Byer 


Park Place 


11 


C. B. M. Coal Co. bk 


Eugene Bartoli 


Wilkes-Barre 


23 


C. & D. Coal Co. 8 


Charles Feudale 


Sagon 


19 


C. & F. Coal Co. 8 


William Flail 


Frackville 


21 


C. F. & P. Coal Co. 8 


Horace Frantz 


Pottsville R.D.I 


24-29 


C. & J. Coal Co. S 


Charles Greco 


Mt. Carmel 


18 


C. Sc J. Coal Co. 8 


Charles Frye 


Quakake 


20 


C. & J. Coal Co. S 


Robert B. Fanella 


Mt. Carmel 


30 


C. K. S. Coal Co. DM 


Henrad Conrad 


Valley View 


17 


C. & M. Coal Co. 8 


Paul J. Costa 


Sunbury, R.D.2 


29 


C. & M. Coal Co. 8 


Frank Czyzio 


Shamokin 


28 


C. & M. Coal Co. 8 


Richard Cooper 


Shamokin, R.D.2 


20-28 


C. & S. Coal Co. S 


Charles Candelora 


Elysburg 


1 


C. & S. Excavating Co. S 


Eldore Sebastianelli 


Dunmore 


19 


C. & V. Coal Co. <a 


Anthony Chukusky 


Frackville 



12 
29 
18 
17 
27 
22-27 

11 
29 



23 
22 
29 
29 
21 
23 
17 
1 



20 

18-19 

21 

15 

27 

15 

24 

20 

2k 

29 

21 

23 

19 

16-17 



20 

21 

20 

21 

20 

26 

24 

18-19 

17 

21 

21 

24 

1 

1 
27 
15 



3 

26 



21 
24 
24 
24 



Operator 

C. & Y. Coal Co. e 
Cains Coal Co. BP 
Canfield Construction Co. S 
Capitol Coal Co. 6 
Capparell Coal Co., Inc. BP 
Capparell Strip & Construction 

Co., Inc. S bk 
Capone Coal Co. S 
Campbell & Kodack 8 
Carbondale Coal Co. S B 
Cass Contracting Co. BP 
Chango Coal Co. 8 DM 
Charnick Coal Co. @ 
Char-Will Coal Co. 8 
Char-Will Coal Co., No. 2 8 
Cherkis Partnership 8 
Chervanik Associates S 
Chestnut Coal Co. @ 
Cicio Coal Co. S 
Ciocco Coal Co. @ 
Clark Coal Co. DM 
Coalbrook Iron & Metals bk 
Coalbrook Sales Co., Inc. S 
Coleby Coal Co., Inc. bk W 
Colket Coal Co. 8 
Collier Coal Co. 8 
Conyngham Contracting Conine. S 
Cooper Coal Co., Adam @ 
Coxe Coal Co. DM 
Craig, John bk 
Crossroads Coal Co. @ 
Cunningham Coal Co. B bk 
Czech Brothers Coal Co. @ 

D. & D. Coal Co. BP 
D. & D. Coal Co. 8 
D. D. Z Coal Co. 8 
D. E. & C. Coal Co. bk 
D. & G. Coal Co. @ 
D. & G. Partnership @ 
D. H. & W. Coal Co. DM 
D. Sc H. Coal Co. 8 
D. & J. Coal Co. 8 
D. & K. Coal Co. @ 
D. K. & M. Coal Co. @ 
D. & M. Coal Co. DM 
D. & N. Coal Co. @ 
D. & P. Coal Co. 8 
D. R. Z. Coal Co. DM @ 
D. & S. Coal Co. 8 
D. & Z. Coal Co. BP 
Dale Contracting Corp. BP bk 
Dallabrida Coal Co. DM 
Dando Coal Co., Frederick P. DM 
Dando & Troup Coal Co. S 
Dean Coal Co. @ 
DeAngelis, Inc. B DM bk 
DeAngelis Supreme Anthracite bk 
Deitrick & Ebert Coal Co. DM 
DeLance Contracting Co., Inc. DM 
Derabinski Coal Co. @ 
Derek & Wagner Coal Co. 8 
Dewees Brothers, Inc. S 
Diamond Coal Co. 8 
Diamond Coal Co., Inc. BP 
Diamond Colliery Co. S 
DiCasimirro Contg. Co. bk 
Dicksville Coal Co. BP 
Diminick Coal Sales BP 
DiRenzo Coal Co. BP 
Dugan Coal Co. © 
Duke Mining Co. @ 
Duke Mining Co. DM 



General Manager 

John Cretarola 
Edward Cain 
Thomas Canfield 
John J. Bogetti 
Saverio Capparell 

S. T. Capparell 
Patrick Capone 
Michael Kodack 
Thomas J. Gillen, Jr. 
James V. Ryan 
Robert Pitello 
Leo Charnick 
Charles Nalewak 
Charles Nalewak 
Wassel Cherkis 
C. Robert Chervanik 
Stephen Shingara 
Michael Cicio 
Frank Ciocco 
Clark Maurer, Jr. 
John C. Baumann 
John C. Baumann 
Garfield A. Schnee 
John Messaros 
Clair Collier 
William H. Brennan 
Adam Cooper 
John Swinko 
John Craig 
Paul Kerrigan 
Frank Moran 
Stanley Czech 
Cyril Doyle 
Randall Derek 
Joseph Dombroski 
Edwin Weyman 
Anthony Gonzales 
Stanley Gravish 
Kenneth Whitmer 
Peter Dillraan 
Daniel Fedako 
Albert Karol 
Gurney Klinger 
Joseph Millard 
Edward Narcavage 
John Doyle 
Ernest A. DiRienzo 
Felix DeCasimirro 
Stanley Diminick 
Ray Davis 

Fred W. Dallabrida 
Frederick P. Dando 
David J. Dando 
Paul Machesic 
John C. Baumann 
John C. Baumann 
George Ebert 
Neil DeLance 
Wash Dembinski 
Eobby Derek 
Charles K. Dewees, 3rd 
George Pinchorskie 
Saverio Greco 
Joseph Giovannini 
Felix DiCasimirro 
Joseph Kenzakoski 
Valenti Scicchitano 
Dominick DeRenzo 
Joseph Leschinski 
Harold Weikel 
Joseph Duke 



Address 

Williamstown 
Shamokin 
Port Carbon 
Shamokin 
Shanandoah 

Hazleton 

Wilkes-Barre 

Shamokin 

Carbondale 

Pottsville, R.D.2 

Excelsior 

Frackville 

Shamokin 

Shamokin 

Minersville 

Shamokin 

Sunbury, R.D.3 

Mayfield 

Atlas 

Hegins 

Carbondale 

Carbondale 

McAdoo 

Branchdale 

Shamokin, R.D.2 

Ashland 

Port Carbon 

Mt. Camel 

Ringtown 

Ashland 

Hazleton 

Shamokin 

Mt. Carmel 

Shamokin, R.D.2 

Shamokin 

Llewellyn 

Excelsior 

Cumbola 

Paxinos 

Ringtown 

Ashland 

Pottsville, R.D.I 

Kegins, R.D.2 

Minersville 

Mt. Carmel 

Pottsville, R.D.2 

Keiser 

Morea Colliery 

Shamokin 

Scranton 

Mt. Carmel 

Pottsville 

Minersville 

Paxinos 

Carbondale 

Carbondale 

Hegins, R.D.2 

Drifton 

Ashland, R.D.I 

Ranshaw 

Forty Fort 

Williamstown 

Mt. Carmel 

Scranton 

Morea Colliery 

Luzerne 

Paxinos 

Pottsville, R.D.2 

Shamokin 

Shamokin 

Shamokin 



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156 



District 


Operator 


General Manager 


Address 


22 


Dyszel Coal Co. @ 


Michael Dyszel 


Girardville 


11 


E. & B. Coal Sales BP S 


Edwin Booth, Sr. 


Mildred 


16 


E. & H. Coal Co. DM 


Edward Melusky 


Valley View 


16 


E. & R. Coal Co. DM 


Jay Erdman 


Klinger s town 


28 


E. & T. Coal Co. DM 


Pete Ibanez 


Mt. Carmel 


19 


Eagle Hill Coal Co. 8 


Henry Williams 


Pottsville 


19 


Eagle Hill Partnership @ 


Leo Shapell 


Barnesville 


11 


Eastern Mining Corp. DM 


Bruno Ferretti 


West Pitt st on 


28 


Edgewood Coal Co. @ 


Nicholas Yanishak 


Shamokin 


24 


Edgewood Contracting Co. S 


Floyd Doty 


Shamokin 


2k 


Eldy Coal Co. @ 


William Lytle 


Shamokin, R.D.2 


12 


Elizabethville Coal Co. W.bk 


Est on R. Klinger 


Elizabethville 


23 


Else Coal Co. @ 


Charles Else 


Excelsior 


30 


Emerich, William G. bk W 


William G. Emerich 


Ono 


26 


Englewood Coal Co. BP 


Michael Sluck 


Gilberton 


20 


Ennis Coal Co. DM 


William Enni3 


Ashland 


16 


Erdman Coal Co. DM 


Jay Erdman 


Valley View 


1 


Esgro Coal Co. DM 


Dominick Esgro 


Jermyn 


29 


Eureka Coal Co. @ 


Stanley Rozinski 


Shamokin 


18 


F. & A. Hauling bk 


Frank Nardini 


Lansford 


20 


F. & L. Coal Co. @ 


Henry Fessler 


Shamokin 


29 


F. & L. Coal Co. @ 


John Landau 


Shamokin 


21 


F. & W. Coal Co. @ 


Walter Whalen 


Pottsville, R.D.2 


21 


F. & W. Coal Co. @ 


Elmer Williams 


Ashland, R.D.I 


12 


F. W. D. Coal Co. @ 


Russel Houtz 


Tower City 


20 


Fago Coal Co. @ 


George G. Fago 


Centralia 


17 


Fairdeal Coal Co. DM 


Leon E. Shingara 


Shamokin 


25 


Falls Coal Co. @ 


Herman Stine 


Zerbe 


18 


Farley & Ihnat Coal Co. DM 


J. Norbert Farley 


Pottsville, R.D.I 


25 


Fasnacht Co., Noel @ 


Noel Fasnacht, Sr. 


Tremont 


25 


Faust Co., Charles © 


Charles Faust 


Muir 


27 


Fay-Mar Coal Co. @ 


Charles Leininger 


Tremont 


26 


Fegley Bros. Coal Co. @ 


Leonard Fegley 


Barnesville 


15 


Fern Glen Mining Co. @ 


Paul Davis 


Rock Glen 


1 


Fern Hill Coal Co. @ 


Sara Sallo 


Throop 


28 


Fetterolf Coal Co. @ 


Harvey Fetterolf 


Mowry 


27 


Fetterolf Coal Co. DM 


Walter Mudry 


Kulpmont 


30 


Fireside Mining Inc. DM 


Marvin Kiramel 


Hegins, R.D.2 


29 


Folger & Chapleski S W bk 


Leonard Chapleski 


Ran s haw 


26 


Forgot sch Bros. @ 


Vincent Forgot sch 


Mahanoy City 


26 


For sum Coal Co. DM 


Joseph Sluck 


Gilberton 


24 


Four Partners @ 


John Vrona 


Shamokin 


28 


Foura Coal Co. @ 


Ben Foura 


Shamokin, R.D.2 


25 


Franklin Coal Co. BP 


Franklin Miller 


Ravine 


18 


Frye Brothers Coal Co. @ 


Robert Frye 


Quakake 


12 


G. A. D. Coal Co. @ 


Lamar Artz 


Pine Grove, R.D.2 


21 


G. & B. Coal Co. @ 


Joseph Wawrzaszek 


Miner sville 


29 


G. & B. Coal Co. @ 


Earl H. Gr eager 


Shamokin 


19 


G. & L Coal Co. bk 


George Gormas 


Pottsville 


29 


G. & L. Coal Co. @ 


Earl H. Greager 


Shamokin 


27 


G. & M. Coal Co. DM 


Albert Machese 


Girardville 


23 


G. M. P. Coal Co. DM 


Vincent Miskell 


Mt. Carmel 


27 


G. & T. Coal Co. DM 


Malcolm Thompson 


Donaldson 


29 


G. & T. Coal Co. @ 


Harry Grozul 


Ran shaw 


12 


Gangloff Brothers bk 


Gene Gangloff 


New Ringgold 


12 


Garber Coal Co. @ 


George Garber 


Williamstown 


28 


Garcia Coal Co. DM 


Joseph Garcia 


Kulpmont 


29 


Garfield Coal Co. ® 


John Lotis 


Shamokin 


25 


Gavalis Co., Joseph S 


Joseph Gavalis 


Orwigsburg 


22 


Gaughan Coal Co. @ 


Thomas Gaughan 


Ashland 


17 


Gem Coal Co. @ 


Vaughn K. Ditty 


Gowen City 


15 


Genee Mining @ 


Eugene Cardamone 


McAdoo 


20 


Germyn Mining Co. @ 


William Whyne 


Ashland 


11 


Gigliello Coal Co. DM 


John Gigliello 


Yatesville 


22-26-27 


Gilberton Coal Co. BP S bk 


Garfield A. Schnee 


Gilberton 


1-11-13-14 Glen Alden Corp. bk S BP DM 


Ivor Williams 


Ashley 


17-24 


Glosek Brothers Coal Sales BP 


S Frank Glosek 


Shamokin 


29 


Goat Hill Coal Co. @ 


John J. Albert 


Shamokin 


12 


Gonder Coal Co. @ 


Isaac Gonder 


Williamstown 


18 


Gorenty Coal Co. & 


Earl Gorenty 


Middle port 


19 


Gormas Coal Co. @ 


George Gormas 


Pottsville 


15 


Gowen Coal Co. B S 


Elmer Roth 


Fern Glen 



General Manager 



21 


Glenn Worth Coal Co. BP 


Joseph A. Hauptly 


Pottsville 


30 


Good Spring Coal Co. DM 


Catherine Lucas 


Tremont 


21 


Gordon Mountain Coal Co. @ 


Stanley Sobalesky 


Minersville 


28 


Gowen Coal Co. DM 


0. E. Salter 


Shamokin 


16-30 


Green Coal Co. DM @ 


Ray Green 


Hegins 


18 


Greenwood Mining Co. BP 


Joseph Fauzio 


Tamaqua 


18 


Greenwood Stripping Corp. S 


Frank Fauzio 


Nesquehoning 


24 


Grego fit Deitz Slope No. 2 @ 


Stanley Grego 


Shamokin 


15 


Greybosh Coal Co. BP 


John Greybosh 


Hazleton, R.D.I 


18 


Grigas Coal Co. DM 


Peter Grigas 


Girardville 


28 


Gripp Coal Co. @ 


Joseph Delorso 


Shamokin 


24 


Gripp Coal Co. @ 


Peter Gripp 


Shamokin 


1 


Grzywacz Coal Co. <gi 


Joseph Grzywacz 


Archbald 


17 


Gudelunas Coal Co. @ 


Frank J. Gudelunas 


Mt. Carmel 


28 


Gusick Coal Co. @ 


Edward Gu3ick 


Kulpmont 


24 


H. & B. Coal Co. S 


Henry Olaf 


Kulpmont 


12 


H. & D. Coal Co. @ 


Monroe Header 


Ashland, R.D.I 


21 


H. & G. Coal Co. @ 


William George 


Ashland, R.D.I 


20 


H. & G. Coal Co. @ 


Leonard Hornberger 


Ashland, R.D.I 


30 


H. & H. Coal Co. @ 


Wayne A. Huntzinger 


Hegins 


16 


H. St H. Coal Co. DM 


Joseph Zuret 


Pine Grove 


17-28 


H. J. & H. Coal Co. BP bk 


Harry D. Reitz 


Milton 


12 


H. & K. Coal Co. @ 


Charles Koons 


Valley View 


16 


H. & K. Coal Co. @ 


David Hoffman 


Klingerstown 


23 


H. K. & K. Coal Co. @ 


John Kasmer 


Excelsior 


22 


H. & L. Coal Co. @ 


William J. Leinebach 


Ashland 


27 


H. & M. Coal Co. @ 


Charles Mitchell 


Girardville 


27 


H. 0. B. Coal Co. @ 


Palmer Otto 


Hegins, R.D.2 


21 


H. & P. Coal Co. DM 


John Hudock 


Pottsville, R.D.2 


27 


H. & S. Coal Co. DM 


Homer Klinger 


Hegins 


29 


H. & S. Coal Co. @ 


Theodore Horoshak 


Shamokin 


25 


H. S. F. Coal Co. @ 


Harvey Herring 


Tremont 


12 


H. S. S. Coal Co. @ 


Russell Houtz 


Tower City 


16-28 


H. & W. Coal Co. DM 


William Heitzman 


Shamokin 


27 


Haas Coal Co. @ 


Lester Haas 


Pitman 


19 


Halaburda Coal Co. @ 


Bernard Halaburda 


Frackville 


25 


Haldeman Coal Co. DM 


Adam Haldeman, Sr. 


Pine Grove, R.D.3 


1 


Halsey Contracting Corp. S 


Vincent Halsey 


Carbondale 


20 


Hank's Coal Co. DM 


Henry W. Szymanski 


Mt. Carmel 


18 


Harbon Coal & Contracting Co. 


S Joseph HarLam 


Hazleton 


16 


Harman Coal Co. DM 


Clair Harman 


Valley View 


16 


Harner Coal o# DM 


Alfred Harner 


Valley View 


16 


Harner & Chyke Coal Co. @ 


Junior Harner 


Tremont 


28 


Harry's Coal Co. @ 


Harry Preston 


Atlas 


16-27 


Hatter Coal Co. DM 


Ernest Hatter 


Hegins 


21 


Hauptly J. & Hoke C. S 


Joseph A. Hauptly 


Pottsville 


25-27 


Hegins Mining Co. BP DM 


William Carl 


Hegins 


21 


Hegins Mining Co. DM 


Forrest Otto 


Hegins 


11 


Heights Coal Co. DM S 


Gene Popple 


Pitt st on 


25 


Herb & Reed Coal Co. DM 


Harry Reed 


Tower City 


25 


Herring, Richard & Harvey @ 


Richard Herring 


Pine Grove 


30 


Herring Brothers DM 


Lester L. Herring 


Pine Grove, R.D.2 


30 


Herring Coal Co. DM 


Daniel Herring 


Pine Grove, R.D.2 


16 


High Test Coal Co. DM 


Kenneth Curran 


Minersville 


18 


Hillside Coal Co. BP 


Theodore Norvidas 


Tamaqua, R.D.3 


19 


Holmes Coal Co. @ 


John Kline 


Palo Alto 


15 


Honeybrook Mines Inc. S 


George Seiler 


Audenried 


24 


Hoover Coal Mining Co. BP 


George W. Hoover 


Sunbury 


27 


Hoover & Reed Coal Co. DM 


George Lipsky 


Cressona 


12 


Hornberger Coal Co. @ 


Charles Hornberger 


Ashland 


19 


Horvath Partnership @ 


William Horvath 


Girardville 


20-29 


Howells, T. S. & Olaf S. 








Stripping Co. S 


Stanley Olaf 


Kulpmont 


15-26 


Huss, George S bk 


George Huss 


Ringtown 


25 


Huth Coal Co. (3 


Peter Huth 


Zerbe 


26 


Hutira & Co. @ 


Paul Hutira 


Frackville 


25 


Indian Head Coal Co. B S 


Peter Loretti 


Pine Grove 


20 


J. & C. Coal Co. @ 


Salvatore Coroniti 


Kulpmont 


16 


J. & C. Coal Co. DM 


Joseph Walacavage 


Pottsville 


22 


J. & D. Coal Co. @ 


Joseph Dyszel 


Girardville 


19 


J. D. S. Coal Co. DM 


Michael J. Herbert 


Minersville 


11 


J. & K. Coal Co. DM 


Joseph Krocoski 


Mildred 



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Operator 


General Manager 


Address 




12 


J. & R. Coal Co. @ 


Joseph Shade 


Hegins, R.D.I 




12 


J. & S. Coal Co. @ 


Stiney Rodichak 


Williamstown 




30 


J. & S. Coal Co. @ 


George Carl 


Tower City 




15-22 


Jeddo-Highland Coal Co.bk W S 


B Louis Pagnotti 


Pittston 




20 


Jete Coal Co. S 


John Menapace 


Atlas 




25 


Jewell Ridge Coal Co. DK 


Andrew Drebitko 


Pottsville 




30 


Johnson Coal Co. DM 


John A. Johnson 


Lavelle 




30 


Joliett Realty Co. BP 


Peter Loretti 


Pine Grove 




26 


Jones Coal Co. DM @ 


John Jones 


Mahanoy City 




21 


Joseph Mining Co. @ 


Frank Dormer 


Pottsville 




30 


K. & B. Coal Co. @ 


Leonard Krise, Sr. 


Tremont 




30 


K. B. M. K. Coal Co. @ 


Leonard Krise, Sr. 


Tremont 




24 


K. k D. Coal Co. BP 


Albert Koppenhaver 


Shamokin 




12 


K. D. S. Coal Co. @ 


Marvin Klouser 


Hegins, R.D.I 




12 


K. E. W. Coal Co. DM 


Kermit Klinger 


Gratz 




20 


K. & G. Coal Co. S 


Anthony Kurtz 


Shamokin 




20 


K. & H. Coal Co. DM 


Charles Hepler 


Kulpmont 




21 


K. & H. Coal Co. @ 


John Hnatishion 


St. Clair 




29 


K. H. K. Coal Co. @ 


Robert Kabonick 


Shamokin 




22 


K. & K. Coal Co. S 


Joseph R. Kovaleski 


Mt. Carmel 




20 


K. & K. Coal Co. BP 


James Krall 


Mt. Carmel 




23 


K. & K. Coal Co. @ 


John Kautter 


Sagon 




19-23 


K. & L. Coal Co. @ 


Edward Lashendock 


Keiser 




24 


K. & L. Coal Co. @ 


Robert Kahler 


Kelfenstien 




21 


K. & M. Coal Co. @ 


C. Kulpcavage 


Pottsville, R.D.2 




19 


K. & M. Coal Co. @ 


Charles Metroka 


St. Clair 




18 


K. M. & F. Coal Service BP 


Howard Fees 


Middleport 




30 


K. & N. Coal Co. @ 


Bruce Klouser 


Valley View 




27 


K. 0. R. Coal Co., Inc. DM 


Stanley Korenkeiwicz 


Lost Creek 




21 


K. & P. Coal Co. BP 


Charles Kiertekles 


Miner sville 




11 


K. P. T. Coal Co. S 


Joseph Kenzakoski 


Wilkes-Barre 




27 


K. R. G. Coal Co. DM 


Howard Renninger 


Pine Grove 




23 


K. & S. Coal Co. @ 


Enoch Karlovich 


Excelsior 




1 


K. & S. Coal Co. @ 


Albert Kelly 


Scranton 




27 


K. & S. Coal Co. @ 


Clair Kimmel 


Pine Grove 




27 


K. S. F. Coal Co. DM 


Melvin Kroh 


Hegins, R.D.2 




30 


K. & T. Coal Co. S 


George Tall man 


Tower City, R.D.I 




20 


K. & W. Coal Co. @ 


Michael Keninitz 


Kulpmont 




28 


K. W. & J. Coal Co. @ 


Wilbur Johnson 


Elysburg, R.D.I 




29 


K. & Z. Coal Co. @ 


Joseph Zack 


Shamokin 




29 


Kaleta Coal Co. @ 


James Kaleta 


Shamokin 




1-3 


Kaminski Bros. S 


Edward Kaminski 


Avoco 




11-15 


Kassa Coal Co. BP DM S 3 


Nicholas Kassa 


Dupont 




30 


Keffers Coal Co. DM 


Peter Poletti 


Valley View 




30 


Keim Coal Co. DM 


Ralph Keim 


Tower City, R.D.I 




17 


Kent Coal Co. @ 


Robert J. Allen 


Trevorton 




12-19-20-22 Kerrigan Coal Co. BP S 


Paul Kerrigan 


Frackville 




20-22 


Kerris & Helfrick, Inc. S 


Edward Helfrick 


Mt. Carmel 




28 


Kerstetter Coal Co. @ 


Lamar Kerstetter 


Shamokin, R.D.2 




22 


Kessler Coal Co. @ 


Allen Kesaler 


Mt. Carmel 




3 


Keyser Valley Enterprise, 










Inc. DM 


Joseph Giovannini 


Scranton 




19 


Keysock & Klinger Partnership 


@ Homer Klinger 


Gordon 




24 


.Kilo Brothers @ 


Edward Klebasko 


Shamokin 




12 


Kimmel Coal Co. bk 


William Kimnel 


Jonestown 




30 


Kimmel Brothers Coal Co. DM 


George Kimmel 


Valley View, S.R. 




30 


Kintzel Bros. Coal Co. @ 


Nathan Kintzel 


Pine Grove, R.D.2 




19 


Klimas Coal Co. DM 


Albert Klimas 


New Philadelphia 




27 


Klinger Coal Co.® 


Earl Klinger 


Hegins, R.D.2 




19 


Klinger Coal Co. @ 


Homer Klinger 


Gordon 




26 


Kluchinsky & Co. @ 


Albert Kluchinsky 


Mahanoy City 




29 


Knapik Coal Co. @ 


0. William Knapik 


Shamokin 




25 


Knorr & Geist Coal Co. DM 


Elwood Knorr 


Hegins 




27 


Knorr Coal Co. @ 


Leroy Knorr 


Hegins 




25 


Koch's Coal Co. BP 


Joseph Koch 


Pine Grove 




27-30 


Kocher Coal Co., Leon E. BP S 


R. W. Rissinger 


Valley View 




19 


Kochmier Coal Co. @ 


Joseph Kochmier 


Mary-D 




21 


Kopentz Coal Co. @ 


Walter Kopentz 


Pottsville, R.D.I 




23 


Kopitsky Partnership @ 


Leo Kopitsky 


Excelsior 




27 


Koperna Coal Co. @ 


Andrew Koperna 


Schuylkill Haven, R.D, 


.2 


25 


Koperna Coal Co. @ 


Paul Koperna 


Schuylkill Haven, 1 




25 


Koperna Coal Co. No. 2 • 


John Koperna 


Schuylkill Haven 





District Operator 



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21 
28 
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15 



20 
23 
17-28 



11 
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18 
30 
18 
15 
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11-15-19 
22-26-27 
30 
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15 
30 
27 
21 
26 
23 
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28 
2k 
12 
20 
2k 
16 
30 



29 
21 
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20 
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11 
17 
17 
30 
27 
26 



General Manager 



Address 



159 



Koppenhaver Coal Co. DM 

Koons & Reber Coal Co. @ 

Koris Co., Inc. S 

Koschoff Coal Co. @ 

Kost Partnership 8 

Kovach Coal Co. @ 

Kowalchick, Michael BP 

Kozar Coal Co. @ 

Krammes Coal Co., Frank 8 

Krell Coal Co., Philip S 

Kristoff Coal Co. DM 8 

Kroh Coal Co. @ 

Kulp Coal Co., Paul @ 

Kulpmont Coal Co. § 

Kuna Coal Co. bk 

L. & D. Coal Co. 8 

L. & D. Mining, Inc. DM 

L. & F. Coal Co. @ 

L. & G. Coal Co. 8 

L. & H. Coal Co. DM 

L. & K. Coal Co. 8 

L. &. L. Coal Co. 8 

L. & L. Coal Co. @ 

L. & M. Coal Co. 8 

L. 0. B. Coal Co. DM 

L. & 5. Coal Co. 8 

L. S. F. Coal Co. 8 

Lackawanna Cinder & Silt Co. bk 

Laflin Heights Coal Co. bk 

Lahr Coal Co. 8 

Lanscoal Mining Co., Inc. DM 

Last Chance Coal Co. 8 

Laurel Hill Coal Co. DM 

Lee Mining Co., J. F. DM 

Legal Coal Co. BP 

Lehigh Valley Anthracite 

Inc. BP S bk 
Lehman Coal Co. 8 
Lemoncelli Coal Co. 8 
Lengel Coal Co., Warren DM 
Leonard Coal Co. BP 
Licoma Coal Co. DM 
Little Mine Coal Co. 8 
Live Oak Coal Co. BP 
Locust Valley Coal Co. BP bk 
Lone Pine Coal Co. 8 
Lone Star Coal Co. DM 
Low Ash Coal Co. 8 
Lotus Coal Co. 8 
Lower Region Colliery W 
Lucas & Sons Coal Co., Earl 8 
Lykens Coal Co. 8 
Lytle Brothers Partnership 8 
M. A. C. C. Coal Co. DM 
M. B. G. Coal Co. 6 
M. G. & S. Coal Co. 8 
M. & H. Coal Co. 8 
M. & M. Coal Co. bk 
M. & N. Coal Co. 8 
M. & N. Coal Co. DM 
M. & P. Coal Co. 8 
M. & S. Coal Co. S 
M. & T. Coal Co. 8 
M. & W. Coal Co. DM 
M. & W. Coal Co. 8 
M. & W. Coal Co. 8 
Macarelli Coal Co. DM 
Mace Coal Co. 8 

Machesic & Crissinger Coal Co. 8 
Madenford Coal Co. DM 
Makarczyk Brothers Partnership® 
Maksimik Coal Co. bk 



Howard Koppenhaver 
Henry Reber 
Robert W. Ressinger 
Charles Koschoff 
Charles Kost 
Alex Kovach 
Michael Kowalchick 
Robert Kozar 
Frank Krammes 
Philip Krell 
George Kristoff 
Marlin Kroh 
Paul Kulp 
Michael Habowski 
Peter Kuna 
John Lotis 
Gene Schan 
Wilmer Long 
Earl Greager 
David Lehman 
Alfred Lucas 
Edward Little 
John Lenig 
Franklin Lucas 
Mark Osman 
Salvatore Stellar 
Jerry Lucas 
William Calpin 
Louis Falzone 
Marlin Lahr 
Stephen Karabinus 
Wilbur White 
Anthony Weisacosky 
Joseph F. Lee 
Harry Golden 

Louis J. Pagnotti, Jr. 
Mervin Lehman 
Peter Lemoncelli 
Warren Lengel 
Frank Leonard 
George Mazur 
Chester Otto 
Peter Laychock, Jr. 
Herman Yudacuf ski 
Jerome Zupchick 
Kenneth Cur ran 
John Kudrick 
Thomas Anzulavich 
Howard E. Tharp 
Earl Lucas 
Allen Shaffler 
William Lytle, Jr. 
Albert Artz 
Ralph E. Miller 
Joseph Murin 
John Mekosh 
Frank Moncavage 
Lawrence Minarick 
Michael Olenick 
Daniel Moroz 
Francis Stine 
Edward McGinley 
William H. Brennan 
Francis Wanniski 
Kenneth Wolfgang 
Matthew Macarelli 
Russell Mace 
Adam M. Machesic 
George Madenford 
Joseph Makarczyk 
Stanley Maksimik 



Tremont 

Pine Grove 3 

Valley View 

Catawissa 

St. Clair 

Kulpmont 

Miner sville 

Excelsior 

Tremont 

Tamaqua, R.D.3 

Mary-D 

Donaldson 

Wiconisco 

Mt . Carmel 

Carbondale 

Shamokin 

Hazleton 

Elizabethville 

Shamokin 

Tremont 

Lavelle 

Excelsior 

"Shamokin R.D.I 

Pine Grove, R.D.3 

Valley View 

Shamokin 

Joliett 

Scranton 

Wyoming 

Williamstown 

Lansford 

Ashland, R.D. 

Pott sville 

Drifton 

Pott sville 

West Pittston 

Pine Grove, R.D.I 

Pickville 

Pine Grove, R.D. 2 

Hazleton 

Joliett 

Hegins 

Pott sville, R.D.I 

Mahanoy City 

Excelsior 

Miner sville 

Girardville 

Shamokin 

Shamokin 

Hegins, R.D. 2 

Keiser 

Shamokin 

Hegins 

Pine Grove, R.D.I 

Mt. Carmel 

Ashland 

Mt. Carmel 

Cumbola 

Pott sville 

Shamokin 

Branchdale 

Kulpmont 

Mt. Carmel 

Pottsville, R.D. 2 

Donaldson 

Wilkes-Barre 

Shamokin 

Trevorton 

Joliett 

Shenandoah 

Shenandoah 



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Operator 


General Manager 


Address 


27 


Malho Coal Co. BP DM 


Anthony Malho 


Lavelle 


18-19-21-30 Manbeck Dredging Co., Inc. W bk Kenneth Heiser 


Schuylkill Haven 


21 


Manue, John Jr. S 


John Manue, Jr. 


Pottsville, R.D.I 


23 


Maple Coal Co. @ 


Thomas Kulbacki 


Excelsior 


21 


Maple Spring Coal Co. BP 


Joseph Pillus 


Branchdale 


12 


Marchuk & Sons Coal Co. @ 


Steve Marchuk 


Reinerton 


15 


Marko Coal Co. @ 


Joseph Markosky 


Shenandoah 


18 


Markosky & Ponzurick Coal Co. @ Joseph Markosky 


Zion Grove 


17 


Marquette Coal Co. @ 


Darwin H. Marquette 


Shamokin 


22 


Mars Ridge Coal Co. 9 


Frank Puza 


Shamokin 


18 


Mar Strip & Excavating Co. bk 


Joseph Mariner 


Tamaqua, R.D.2 


1 


Matisko Coal Co. W bk 


John Matisko 


Lake Ariel 


26 


Matrishin Coal Co. @ 


Joseph Matrishin 


Barnesville 


23-29 


Mattis Coal Co. @ 


Frank Mattis 


Shamokin 


21 


Matz Brothers Coal Co. 9 


Harry Matz 


Pottsville 


28 


Maurer Mine, Paul DM 


Paul Maurer 


Shamokin 


12 


Mauser Coal Co. 9 


Albert Mauser 


Elizabethville, R.D. 


23 


Mayton Bros. Coal Co. @ 


Joseph Mayton 


Shamokin, R.D.2 


26 


Mazaika Bros. Coal Co. BP 


Edward Mazaika 


Tamaqua, R.D.2 


1 


Mazzoni Coal Co. DM 


Delmo Mazzoni 


Peckville 


12 


Meadowbrook Coal Co. BP W bk 


Leslie Kimmel 


Tower City 


15 


Meadow Coal & Excavating Co. S 


Andrew Brazzo 


Beaver Meadow 


11 


Meg Coal Co. S 


Ross Gelso 


Wyoming 


27 


Mercury Coal Co. DM 


Lewis Ebert 


Tremont 


15 


Merola Coal Co. @ 


Joseph Merola 


Pardeesville 


25 


Mervine & Sabatine Coal Co. @ 


Palmer Mervine 


Ashland, R.D.I 


27 


Metzinger Coal Co. DM 


Donald Metzinger 


Lavelle 


27 


Mickey Coal Co. 9 


Joseph Mickatavage 


Ashland 


1 


Micklick Coal Co. 9 


Steve Micklick 


Jessup 


1 


Mid-Valley Coal Co. DM 


Anthony Matrone 


Old Forge 


22-29 


Miller Coal Co. 9 


John Miller 


Mt. Carmel 


27 


Miller Coal Co. DM 


Daniel Miller 


Hegins 


21 


Minchoff Coal Co. @ 


Philip Minchoff 


Port Carbon 


17 


Minel Incorporated S 


Stanley S. Korenkiewics 


; Shamokin 


21 


Miners ville Coal Co., Inc. BP 


Leo Strenkoski 


Miners ville 


11 


Mitchell Mining Coal Co. DM 


Joseph Mitchell 


Dickson City 


3 


Moffat Coal Co., Inc. DM S 


Earl W. Lamb 


Sc rant on 


3 


Monroe Co., Inc. to" bk 


David F. Bressler 


Scranton 


21 


Montrose Coal Co. DM @ 


William Brennan 


Minersville 


28 


Moore Coal Co. @ 


James Moore 


Gowen City 


17 


Moore Coal Co. @ 


Claude A. Moore 


Shamokin, R.D.2 


20-22 


Morack Coal Co. @ 


John Morack 


Mt. Carmel 


26 


Moran & Co. 9 


David Moran 


Barnesville 


12 


Morgan Coal Co. @ 


Ira Morgan 


Valley View 


27 


Mosolino Contracting Co. W bk 


Mack Mosolino 


Gordon 


29 


Motto Partnership 9 


Frank J. Motto 


Excelsior 


18 


Mountain Side Coal Co. BP 


Roy Habel 


Tamaqua 


3 


Mountain Slope Coal Co. DM 


Luke Keating 


Old Forge 


25 


Mountain Top Coal Co. @ 


William Vesay 


Minersville 


15 


McAdoo Coal Mining 


Gene Pinter 


McAdoo 


29 


McBab Coal Co. 9 


William Klokis 


Shamokin 


22 


McDonald, Joe S 


Joseph McDonald 


Girardville 


17 


N. & L. Coal Co. @ 


Anthony J. Novrocki 


Paxinos 


20 


N. & M. Coal Co. 9 


Victor Nestico 


Kulpmont 


12 


N. N. & K. Coal Co. @ 


Charles Kukuk 


Hegins 


29 


N. & S. Coal Co. 9 


John R. Nye 


Shamokin 


29 


Nahodil Coal Co. 9 


Russell Nahodil 


Shamokin 


29 


National Mining Co. DM 


Vincent Varano 


Shamokin 


27 


Neumeister's Coal Co. DM 


Warren Neumeister 


Ashland 


16 


Ney & Lehman Coal Co. DM 


Carl Ney 


Valley View 


29 


Nork Coal Co. 9 


John Kuzmick, Jr. 


Shamokin 


2k 


North Line Coal Co. S 


C. Wayne Troxell 


Shamokin 


17 


North Side Coal Co. @ 


John Fedako 


Ashland, R.D.I 


1 


Northwest Mining Co., 








Inc. BP S bk DM 


Thomas J. Gillen, Jr. 


Carbondale 


19 


Noyalas Coal Co. 9 


Edward Noyalas 


Frackville 


28 


No. 1 Vein Coal Mine DM 


Raymond Keefer 


Shamokin 


12 


No. U Coal Co. DM 


Frank Lucas 


Hegins 


20 


0. & M. Coal Co. 9 


Vincent 0'Neil 


Ashland 


21 


0. & W. Coal Co. 9 


Charles Oshman 


Ashland 


29 


0. & Y. Coal Co. 9 


Patrick 1 Toole 


Ranshaw 


25 


Oakwood Coal Co., Inc. BP 


David Deaven 


Pine Grove 



General Manager 



1 


O'Connell Trucking Co. bk 


Chester O'Connell 


Honesdale 


20 


Olbrish Coal Co. @ 


Edward Olbrish 


Kulpmont 


21 


Old Mill Coal Yard BP 


Raymond Stein 


Llewellyn 


21 


Olenick Coal Co. @ 


John Olenick 


Pottsville, R.D.I 


21 


Olenick Bros. Coal Co. BP 


Nicholas Olenick 


Minersville 


18 


Olesky Coal Co. @ 


Vincent Olesky 


New Philadelphia 


11 


Oliver, James & Albert S 


James Oliver 


Pittston 


26 


Olman Coal Co. @ 


Vincent Olman 


McAdoo 


19 


Orchard Coal Co. @ 


William Reppy 


St. Clair 


30 


Orbit Coal Co. DM 


Thomas E. Daubert 


Pine Grove, R.D.2 


3 


0" Toole, John F. S B 


John F. 0' Toole 


Sc rant on 


21 


Otto M. Coal Co. DM 


Donald Scheib 


Hegins 


12 


P. & C. Coal Co. @ 


Andrew Perseponko 


Williamstown 


19 


P. & D. Coal Co. bk 


Thomas Donald 


New Philadelphia 


19 


P. & D. Coal Co. @ 


Joseph Peck 


Pottsville 


18 


P. & D. Coal Co. @ 


Joseph Dalvet 


Middleport 


19 


P. H. & K. Partnership @ 


Joseph Pit el 


Pottsville 


22 


P. & M. Coal Co. bk 


Vincent Pitingolo 


Mt. Carmel 


29 


P. & M. Coal Co. @ 


John Poploski 


Shamokin 


29 


P. M. P. Coal Co. © 


Peter Olesnevich 


Shamokin 


21 


P. & P. Coal Co. @ 


Walter Pewar 


Pottsville, R.D.2 


23 


P. & R. Coal Co. @ 


Joseph Tutkowski 


Sagon 


12 


P. & S. Coal Co. @ 


Charles Schaeffer 


Williamstown 


2k 


P. & S. Coal Co. @ 


George Shumock 


Shamokin 


12 


P. & W. V. Coal Co. R 


George Fronk 


Valley View 


23 


Pahira & Niel S 


John Pahira 


Ashland 


19 


Palerino Coal Co. @ 


Joseph Palerino 


Pottsville, R.D.3 


20 


Palmer Coal Co. @ 


John Palmer 


Shamokin 


16 


Parkway Anthracite, Inc. DM 


William L. Jones 


Pottsville 


19 


Partnership Coal Co. @ 


Joseph Markowski 


Port Carbon 


1 


Pasternak Bros. S 


John Pasternak 


Taylor 


20 


Paxil Coal Co. © 


William Paul 


Kulpmont 


19 


Peach Mt. Partnership @ 


Charles Steranko 


Pottsville 


20 


Peacock Coal Co. @ 


Leonard Luta 


Atlas 


19 


Peck Coal Co. @ 


Joseph Peck 


Pottsville 


25 


Penag Coal Co. B DM 


Edward V. Twiggar 


Shamokin 


1 


Penbrook Coal Co. BP bk 


Richard Fabbri 


Archbald 


3-11 


Perm Can Coal Co. B bk S 


Patrick J. Walsh 


Old Forge 


1 


Pennsylvania Coal Co. M 


Joseph Martin 


Dunmore 


1 


Perry Coal Sales Co., Thomas bk Thomas Perry 


Scranton 


29 


Petrovich Coal Co. @ 


Stanley Petrovich 


Kulpmont 


17 


Phillips Coal Co. DM 


Lewis H. Phillips 


Shamokin 


12-18 


Phoenix Contracting Co. S bk i 


William L. Jones 


Pottsville 


1 


Pientack Coal Co. DM 


Henry Pientack 


Archbald 


12 


Pine Creek Coal Co. BP 


Ronald Klinger 


Spring Glen 


29 


Pine Line Coal Co. @ 


Harry Wallick 


Shamokin 


27 


Pine Ridge Mining Co., 








Inc. BP bk 


Paul Kerrigan 


Ashland 


17 


Pine Tree Coal Co. @ 


Blair E. Deibler 


Shamokin, R.D.I 


1 


Pioneer Excavating Co. 5 


Santo Talerico 


Carbondale 


19 


Pit el Coal Co. @ 


Joseph Pitel 


Pottsville 


26 


Pleasant Hill Coal Co. DM 


Peter Smulligan 


Mahanoy City 


29 


Pleasant View Coal Co. @ 


Bernard Pincoski 


Shamokin 


20-22 


Polcovich Coal Co. @ 


John Polcovich 


Centralia 


1 


Pompey Coal Co. B 


Charles Pompey 


Jessup 


20 


Poponiak Bros. Coal Co. © 


John Poponiak 


Keiser 


3 


Popple Coal Sales, Raymond bk 


Raymond Popple 


Pitt ston 


19 


Port Coal Co. @ 


Edward Cooper 


St. Clair 


25-30 


Potts Co., Allen BP S 


Allen Potts 


Pine Grove 


18-19-21 


Pottsville Anthracite & 








Cinder Corp. S 


Frank Valent 


Pottsville 


29 


Power Coal Co. @ 


Robert Naylor 


Shamokin 


20 


Prim Coal Co. & 


Edward Gober 


Shenandoah 


29 


Primrose Coal Co. @ 


T. Lloyd Dunkin 


Shamokin 


20 


Primrose Coal Co. @ 


Albert Snyder 


Shamokin 


29 


Primrose Coal Co. @ 


Stanley Kovaleski 


Shamokin 


21 


Princeton Coal Co., Inc. S 


Stephen Diviaio 


Orwigsburg 


24 


R-B Mining Co. 6 


Robert Bixler 


Shamokin 


20 


R. b. F. Coal Co. bk 


Robert Fanella 


Mt. Carmel 


12 


R. & D. Coal Co. @ 


Ray Lucas 


Williamstown 


30 


R. & F. Coal Co. @ 


Harold L. Reidler 


Donaldson 


2k 


RAG Coal Co. 9 


Samuel Rumberger 


Shamokin 



161 



162 



District 


Operator 


General Manager 


Address 


18 


E. G. & C. Coal Co. § 


John Roman 


New Philadelphia 


30 


R. & J. Coal Co. DM 


Mark Minnich 


Pine Grove, R.D.I 


29 


R. & J. Coal Co. © 


Henry Ficek 


Ranshaw 


16 


R. & K. Coal Co. DM 


George Rigdosh 


Wiconisco 


12 


R. K. W. Coal Co. @ 


Bryant Klinger 


Lykens, R.D. 


19 


R. & L. Partnership © 


Wilbert Reber 


Pottsville, R.D. 3 


20 


R. & L. Coal Co. © 


Francis Revenis 


Centralia 


2-3 


R. 0. & Y. Coal Co. © 


George Reidmiller 


Excelsior 


18 


R. & R. Coal Co. bk 


Ronnie Roinick 


Jim Thorpe 


12 


R. & S. Coal Co. DM 


Frank Sinko 


Shamokin 


22 


R. & W. Coal Co. © 


William Weir 


Ashland 


30 


R. & Z. Coal Co. @ 


Joseph Zurat 


Pine Grove, R.D. 3 


15-20-29 


Racho, George bk 


George Racho 


Hazleton 


17 


Raczkowskie Coal Co. @ 


Albert Raczkowskie 


Shamokin 


23 


Raraph Brothers Coal Co. @ 


Melvin Ramph 


Excelsior 


24 


Ranshaw Contractors 








& Wreckers bk 


Leonard Chapleski 


Ranshaw 


11 


Ratchford & Son BP 5 


Emory Ratchford 


West Nanticoke 


17-19-21 


Reading Anthracite 






23-26-27 


Co. BP W S bk DM 


John W. Rich 


Pottsville 


17 


Rebuck Coal Co. @ 


Donald R. Rebuck 


Dornsife 


22 


Red Coal Co., The 


Louis Moyer 


Ashland 


23 


Redd, Jr., & Co., Joseph 


Joseph Redd 


Kulpmont 


17 


Reed Mining Co. @ 


John M. Reed 


Shamokin 


27 


Reichwein & Beury Coal Co. BP 


Harold Reichwein 


Ashland, R.D.I 


20-24 


Reidinger Coal Sales, Inc.BPtk 


Joseph Reidinger 


Paxinos 


24 


Reidinger Coal Mining Co. DM @ 


Victor Reidinger 


Paxinos 


18 


Reiseg Coal Co. DM 


Luther Reiseg 


Barnesville 


21 


Rekla Coal Co. DM @ 


Guy Recla 


Port Carbon 


19 


Renninger Partnership 


Arthur Coulson 


Pottsville 


25-30 


Renninger Coal Co., Inc. DM 


Ted Renninger 


Zerbe 


21 


Rickert Brothers Coal Co. @ 


Thomas Rickert, Sr. 


Tower City 


20 


Rick Coal Co. bk 


Michael Rick 


Kulpmont 


19 


Ridge Stripping Co., Inc. S 


Richard B. Ryon 


Pottsville 


17 


Rocky Mountain Coal Co. © 


Melvin T. Kerstetter 


Shamokin, R.D. 2 


29 


Rocky Side Coal Co. @ 


James Guisbert 


Paxinos 


24 


Rodziewicz Brothers © 


Frank Rodziewicz 


Shamokin 


18 


Romanosky Partnership @ 


Thomas Green 


Frackville 


1 


Romike Coal Co. @ 


Michael Beggin 


Jessup 


11 


Rosenn, Harold, Trustee S 


Clyde Tonkin 


Wilkes-Barre 


17-24 


Rosini Coal Co. BP S 


Evaldo J. Rosini 


Shamokin 


12 


Rowe Coal Co. @ 


Arthur Rowe 


Loyalton 


21 


Runn Coal Co. @ 


Earl Richland 


Ashland 


20 


Rust Coal Co. @ 


Joseph H. Brosius 


Shamokin 


21 


S. & B. Coal Co. @ 


Edward Sorokach 


Minersville 


15 


S. St D. Coal Co. @ 


Frank So uc hack 


Trenton 


25 


S. & F. Coal Co. DM 


Anthony Sabitsky 


Pottsville 2 


29 


S. & H. Coal Co. @ 


Jole Strou3ser 


Shamokin 


23 


S. & J. Coal Co. @ 


John Shirvinski 


Excelsior 


19 


S. K. & S. Partnership @ 


Frank Santai 


Marlin 


28 


S. & M. Coal Co. @ 


Matthew Strike 


Mt. Carmel 


1 


S. & M. Coal Co. 


Anthony Sardo 


Throop 


21 


S. & M. Coal Co. 6 


Patrick McGovv-rn 


Branchdale 


22 


S. & M. Coal Co. © 


John Stasiwiski 


Ashland 


27 


S. & M. Coal Co. DM 


John Simodejka 


Minersville 


23 


S. M. T. Coal Co. @ 


Leonard Shultz 


Excelsior 


20 


S. & N. Coal Co. 


Joseph Sheptock 


Kulpmont 


27 


S. & S. Coal Co. 


Walter Sherkness 


Mahanoy City 


16 


S. & S. Coal Co. DM 


Lloyd Stutzman 


Valley View 


26 


S. S. & H. Coal Co. 


Charles Schmerfeld 


Buck Mountain 


25 


S. S. M. Coal Co. © 


James Schoff stall 


Tremont 


30 


S. S. S. B. Coal Co. @ 


Donald Batz 


Pine Grove, R.D.I 


30 


S. & W. Coal Co. DM 


C. Leonard Williamson 


Valley View 


18 


S. & W. Coal Co. © 


Cletus Smith, Jr. 


Mahanoy City 


20 


Sagon Coal Co. DM 


Joseph H. Brosius 


Shamokin 


12 


Salada Coal Co. DM 


John Salada 


Tower City 


21 


Salem Coal Co. © 


James T. Harvey 


Minersville 


12 


Salic Coal Co. © 


Harry Salic 


Williamstown 


13 


San Mining Corp., Inc. DM 


Arnold Biscontini 


Kingston 


22 


Sanchez Construction Co. S 


Alonso Sanchez 


Centralia 


23 


Sanders Coal Co. © 


Walter Anascavage 


Excelsior 


15 


Sandy Run Miners & 








Producers, Inc. BP S 


Thomas George, Jr. 


Free land 



District Operator 

16 Savidge Coal Co. i 

27 Sapphire Coal Co. © 

20-23 Savitski Bros. Coal Sales BP S 

21 Scheib Coal Co. © 

30 Scheib & Shade Coal Co. 8 

30 Schell Bros. Coal Co. @ 

2$ Schneck Coal Co., Thomas W. BP 

18-27 Schock, Norman C, Contractor S 

21 Schuylkill Contracting Co. S bk 

27 Schwartzlander Coal Co. DM © 

11 Scranton Excavating Co. S 

21 Seanawaitis Brothers Coal Co. DM 

11 Sebastopol Coal Co. BP bk 
20 Sejuit &Wisneskie Coal Co. © 
26 Seltzer Coal Co. BP 
16 Shade Coal Co. DM 

12 Shade, John A. S 
30 Shade Coal Co. © 
29 Shady Side Coal Co. © 
25 Shally Construction Co. S 

25 Sharp Mountain Coal Co. @ 

15 Shanandoah Coal Co. © 
29 Shervinski & Jennis Coal Co. © 
20 Shoffler Coal Co. © 
12 Shomper Coal Co. BP © 
12 Short Mountain Coal Co. DM 

20 Shuey & Morgan Coal Co. DM 

16 Shuey Coal Co. DM 

18 Silver Creek Coal Co., Inc. BP 

19 Silver Creek Coal Co. © 

21 Siminitus Coal Co. © 

26 Simoes & Co. © 

22 Skidmore Coal, Inc. DM 

18 Skripnek Coal Co. © 

19 Skrobak & Gaul Coal Co. @ 
26 Skytop Coal Co. BP 

1 Slenska Coal Co. S 

26 Sluck Coal Co. © 
12 Smelt z Coal Co. © 
18 Smith Coal Co. © 

27 Smith Coal Co. DM 
18 Smith Coal Co. DM 
12 Snyder Coal Co. @ 

23 Snyder Coal Co. © 
21 Sorokach Coal Co. © 

29 Soroka Coal Co. © 
26 So uc hack Coal Co. © 

28 South Mountain Coal Co. DM © 
18 South River Coal Co. S 
21-27 South River Coal Co., Inc. S 
18 South Tamaqua Coal Pockets BP 

30 Spancake & Herring Coal Co. DM 
22-23-24-28 Split Vein Coal Co. BP DM © 
18 Spring Creek Coal Co. BP 

17 Springfield Coal Co. 8 
30 Stahl Sc & Shade Coal Co. DM 

29 Star Coal Co. © 

29 Stark Coal Co. © 
26 Starwood Coal Corp. BP 

20 State Coal Co., Inc. BP bk 

24 Steam Coals, Inc. BP 
28 Stellar Brothers Coal Co. fe 

18 Stiendel Equipment Co. bk 
12 Stonehill Coal Co. BP 
12 Strohecker Coal Breaker BP 
12 St roup Coal Co. H 

21 Studlack Partnership © 

30 Stump Coal Co., F. B. © 
16 Superior Coal Co. BP 

1 Sturgis Coal Co. <& 

26 Styka Bros. Coal Co. © 

11 Sullivan Trail Coal Co. M 



General Manager 

Wilraer Savidge 

Ray Maurer 

Joseph Savitski 

Michael Scheib 

Donald Scheib 

Stewart Schell 

Thomas Schneck 

Norman Schock 

Frank Ryan 

Jacob Schwartzlander 

Roc co Domiano 

Anthony Seanawaitis 

Anthony Giarratano 

John Sejuit 

Frank Seltzer 

Alvin Shade 

John A. Shade 

Mark Shade 

Darwin Maurer 

Steve Shallamanda 

Tony Donofrio 

Leo Slominsky 

Stanley Shervinski 

Allen Shoffler 

Russell Shomper 

Mark Reed 

Lawrence Shuey 

John Ebert 

M. J. Herbert 

Donald Ney 

Edward Siminitus 

Manuel Simoes 

William Gilbert 

Daniel Skripnek 

Adam Skrobak 

J. D. Perrira 

Michael Slenska 

Joseph Sluck 

Clarence Smeltz 

John A. Smith 

Louis Smith 

Herbert Smith 

Robert Snyder 

Albert Snyder 

Edward Sorokach 

John Soroka 

Frank Souchack, Jr. 

Ira Wilkinson 

William Brazzo 

Eugene Williams 

Donald Warne 

Milton Spancake 

Elwood Swank 

Lawrence Bechtel 

Stanley S. Korenkiewicz 

John Stahl 

Bernard Pincoski 

David Stark 

Alfred Peca 

C. Robert Chervanik 

C. Wayne Troxell 

Bernard Stellar 

Ralph Stiendel 

Eugene Hassinger 

Joel Strohecker 

Clarence Stroup 

George Studlack 

Frank B. Stump 

Roy Blyler 

Joseph Kryzanowski 

Edward Styka 

Frank Moran 



Address 

Hegins 

Heefenstein 

Atlas 

Tremont 

Spring Glen 

Re inert on 

Pine Grove 

Tuscarora 

Pottsville, R.D.2 

Tremont 

Old Forge 

Miner sville 

Pittston 

Kulpmont 

Frackville 

Valley View 

Valley View 

Hegins 

Shamokin 

Ashland, R.D.I 

Pine Grove 1 

Shanandoah 

Shamokin 

Keiser 

Williamstown 

Spring Glen 

Hegins 

Hegins 

New Philadelphi 

Cumbola 

Pottsville, R.D.I 

Mahanoy City 

Centralia 

Tamaqua 

Pottsville, R.D.3 

Mahanoy City 

Mayfield 

Gilbert on 

Dornsife, R.D. 

Ringtown 

Locust Gap 

Delano 

Spring Glen 

Sagon 

Minersville 

Excelsior 

Trenton 

Trevorton 

Brockton 

Brockton 

Tamaqua 

Pine Grove, R.D.2 

Paxinos 

Tamaqua, R.D.3 

Shamokin 

Valley View 

Shamokin 

Kulpmont 

Mahanoy City 

Shamokin 

Shamokin 

Kulpmont 

Scranton 

Loyalton 

Elizabethville 

Dalmatia, R.D. 

Minersville 

Pine Grove, R.D.2 

Valley View 

Taylor 

Barne sville 

West Pittston 



163 



164 District Operator 



General Manager 



Sun Coal @ 

29 Sunny side Coal Co. © 

28 Sunshine Coal Co. BP 
11-14 

20-23-24 Susquehanna Coal Co. DM S BP 

20 Swamp Coal Co. © 

30 Swart zlander & Sons Coal Co. <& 
25-27 Swatara Coal Co. BP S 

24 Swift Coal Co. BP 

29 T. & G. Coal Co. @ 

29 T. & H. Coal Co. © 
20 T. & J. Coal Co. © 

17 Taglieri Coal Co. © 

11 Talamelli Coal Co. DM 

30 Talbot Realty Co., Inc. S 

15 Tedesco Bros. Coal Co. BP 
30 Tessco Coal Co. DM 

20 "THE" Coal Co. @ 

24 Thin Vein Coal Co. @ 

23-29 Thomas & Brother, W. H. BSI 

19 Three "C" Coal Co. @ 

19 Three Par Coal © 

18 Three Star Coal Co. © 

27 Tokarchek Coal Co. @ 

25 Tremont Anthracite Co., Inc. I 

26 Trenton Coal Co. @ 

17 Triple S Coal Co. @ 

12 Trio Coal Co. @ 

21 Tomalavage Coal Co. @ 

19 Tracy Coal Co. & 

29 Trevorton Coal Co © 

21 Tropp, L. & J. S 

1 Turnpike Coal Co. S 

28 Twin Oaks Coal Co. @ 

29 Unique Coal Co. S 

12 Underkoffler Coal Co. © 

12 Underkoffler Coal Service BP 

19 V. L. & P. Coal Co. @ 

11 V-R Coal Corp. DM 
26 Valley Coal Co. BP 

24 Valley Coal Co. @ 

12 Valley Construction Co. DM 
1 Village Slope Coal Co. DM 

22 Vinskie & Hendrick Coal Co. @ 

25 Viola Coal Co., Victor @ 
1 Virby Coal Co. @ 

28 W. & S. Coal Co. @ 

29 W. & S. Coal Co. © 

30 W. & U. Coal Co. DM 
29 W. & W. Coal Co. © 

1 Waddell Coal Mining Co., Inc. 

19 Wade Coal Co. @ 

26 Wadleigh Coal Co. @ 

27 Walaitis Coal Co. DM 

26 Walinchus Contracting Co. DM 
19 Walton, John BP 

29 Warren Coal Co. © 

27 Watcher Coal Co. © 

25 Weihrauch's Frank © 

26 Wessner Coal Co. BP 

28 West Cameron Coal Co. DM 

29 West Point Coal Co. © 

21 West West Coal Co., Inc. DM 

11 Western Mining Corp. DM 
21 Westwood Coal Co. DM 

18 Whippoorwill Coal Co. DM 

27 White Birch Coal Co. DM 

23 White & Co. © 

12 White's Vein Coal Co. DM 
26 Wliytko Coal Co. © 

16 Wiest Coal Co. DM 

21 Williams Coal Co., Elmer DM 

18 Williams Partnership © 



Dominic Fabrizio 
Darwin Maurer 
Ralph H. Steinhart 

William Moore 

Joseph Yatske 

Ralph Swartzlander 

William Pryce Parker 

Adam Swift 

David Taylor 

Leo Timko 

Thomas Palembas 

Harry A. Taglieri 

Velio Talamelli 

Paul Kerrigan 

Frank Tedesco 

Leonard Contarino 

Oscar Wallick 

Blair Faust 
1 George Thomas 

Bernard Cooper 

Bernard Cooper 

Michael Ames 

Michael Tokarchek 
3 Kenneth Wolfgang 

Anthony Sherkness 

Albert J. Shinskie 

Alvin Morgan 

Charles Tomalavage, Sr. 

Michael Dudash 

Charles Renninger 

Lawrence Tropp 

John Vitali 

Albert Shepley 

Millard Long 

Glen Underkoffler 

Hershel Underkoffler 

Chester Vockie 

Albert Biscontini 

Stanley Lech 

Leonard Rupp 

George Fronk 

Louis Coccodrelli 

Anthony Vinskie 

Victor Viola 

George Virbitsky 

Donald Rebuck 

John Wright 

Allen Umbenhauer 

Frank Wilk 
J Peter Brojak, Sr. 

Adam Skrobak 

Frank Mucha 

John Walaitis, Sr. 

William Walinchus 

John Walton 

Lawrence Warren 

Michael Watcher 

Frank Weihrauch 

William J. Wessner 

Albert Minker 

Joseph Petrovich 

Leo Strenkoski 

Bruno Ferretti 

Charles Martin 

Joseph Tarconish 

Neil DeLance 

Leon Seik 

Clayton Shade 

Robert Whytko 

Stanley Wiest 

Elmer Williams 

Evan Williams 



Shamokin 
Shamokin 
Trevorton 

Nanticoke 

Mt. Camel 

Joliett 

Minersville 

Shamokin 

Shamokin 

Shamokin 

Mt. Carmel 

Trevorton 

West Wyoming 

Frackville 

Pardeesville 

Pottsville 

Shamokin 

Shamokin 

Shamokin 

Port Carbon 

Port Carbon 

Brockton 

Minersville 

Tremont 

Mananoy City 

Shamokin 

Williamstown 

Middleport 

Pottsville RD 3 

Trevorton 

Pottsville, R.D.2 

Dunmore 

Shamokin, R.D.I 

Kulpmont 

Williamstown 

Lyken3 

St. Clair 

Kingston 

Tamaqua, R.D.2 

Pitman 

Valley View 

Jessup 

Ashland 

Pottsville 2 

Mayfield 

Dornsife, R.D.I 

Shamokin 

Pine Grove, R.D.I 

Shamokin 

Archbald 

Pottsville 

Frackville 

Frackville 

Mahanoy City 

Pottsville 

Shamokin 

Llewellyn 

Lebanon 

Tamaqua, R.D.2 

Shamokin 

Shamokin 

Minersville 

West Pittston 

Pottsville, R.D.I 

Middleport 

Shanandoah 

Ranshaw 

Sacramento 

McAdoo 

Herndon, R.D.I 

Ashland, R.D.I 

New Philadelphia 



District 


Operator 


General Manager 


Address 


1 


16 


Williamson Coal Co., A. R. DK 


A. R. Williamson 


Valley View 




29 


Windsor Coal Co. @ 


Charles Nalevak 


Shamokin 




21 


Winnie Land Co., Inc. W 


Frank Ryan 


Pott sville 




21 


Wiscount Trucking Co. bk 


Francis Wiscount 


Tremont 




23 


Witkoski Coal Co. © 


Adolph Witkoski 


Kulpmont 




30 


Witmer & Herb Coal Co. © 


Dale Herb 


Donaldson 




15 


Wittig & Chucot Coal Co. @ 


Michael Chucot 


Hazleton 




12 


Wolfe Coal Co. & 


William Wolfe 


Williamstown 




21 


Woodside Mining Co. (8 


John Olenick 


Pott sville, R.D.I 




25 


Woratyla & Gregonis Co. DK 


Andrew Woratyla 


Branchdale 




21 


Wyda Brothers bk 


Kichael Wyde 


St. Clair 




29 


Y. & 0. Coal Co. @ 


Joseph Yankoski 


Shamokin 




29 


Y. & R. Coal Co. @ 


Joseph Yankoski 


Shamokin 




20 


Yakim Coal Co. © 


Russell Yakim 


Keiser 




23 


Yanik Bros. @ 


Joseph Yanik 


Excelsior 




19 


Yeneshosky Coal Co. (a 


Edward Yeneshosky 


New Philadelphia 




18 


Yob Coal Co. DK 


Leo Yob 


Schuylkill Haven, R.D.I 


20 


Yost Coal Co. @ 


Edward Yost 


Mt. Carmel 




24 


Yudacufski Brothers bk 


Isadore Yudacufski 


Frackville 




29 


Yuhas Coal Co. @ 


John Yuhas 


Sunbury 




30 


Z. & B. Coal Co. @ 


John A. Zimmerman 


Pine Grove, R.D.3 




12 


Z. & R. Coal Co. @ 


Michael Zurat 


Orwin 




18 


Zakrewsky Coal Co. DM 


Peter Zakrewsky 


Park Crest 




23 


Zanella Brothers DM 


John Zanella 


Mt. Carmel 




23 


Zegarski Coal Co. @ 


Albert Zegarski 


Excelsior 




17 


Zerco Coal Co. DM 


Charles J. Grecco 


Kulpmont 




30 


Zimmerman Coal Co., Karlin DM 


Marlin Zimmerman 


Ravine 




20 


Zlocki Coal Co. @ 


Leonard Zlocki 


Kei3er 




21 


Zukowski Coal Co. @ 


Joseph Zukowski 


Miner sville 




22 


Zukus Coal Co. @ 


Charles Zukus 


Mt. Carmel 





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DM - Denotes Deep Mines Employing Five (5) or More Persons. 

@ - Denotes Deep Mines Employing Fewer Than Five (5) Persons. 

S - Denotes Strip Mine Operations. 

B - Denotes Breakers. 
BP - Denotes Ereaker Preparation Only. 

M - Denotes Maintenance. 

R - Denotes Coal Ramps. 
bk - Denotes Bank Operations. 

W - Denotes Washery. 



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MAJOR ACCOMPLISHMENTS IN 1964 8 

STATISTICAL REPORTS: 

Production, Employes and Fatalities - 1870 to 1964 22 

Thirty-six Year Study of Anthracite, by County 24 

Production by County 32 

Production by District 33 

Summary of Anthracite Mines, Production and Fatalities 34 

Summary of Mines Employing More Than Five Persons - By District ... 35 

Summary of Mines Employing Fewer Than Five Persons - By District. . . 36 

Classification of Employes - By District 37 

Operators Producing 50,000 Tons or More 38 

Production and Accident Record for Operators Having a Fatality. ... 39 

Causes of Fatal Accidents - By County 40 

Fatal Accident Victims - 1964 41 

Accidents in Which Five or More Persons Were Killed - 1847 to 1964. . 42 

Mechanical Loading, Electric Motors and Pumps Delivering Water. ... 46 

PRODUCTION TABLE: 

Production, etc., of Anthracite Operators - By District 48 

STRIP MINE PRODUCTION TABLE: 

Production of Anthracite Strip Operators - By District 96 

REPORT OF OPERATORS EMPLOYING FEWER THAN FIVE PERSONS: 

Production, etc., of Deep Mines Employing Fewer Than Five Persons . . 100 

REPORT OF OIL AND GAS DIVISION: 

Tables 1 to 8 112 

Oil and Gas Conservation Commission Annual Report of 1964 137 

DIRECTORY: 

Executive Office, Mine Inspectors and Field Personnel 148 

Anthracite Breakers, Washeries and Preparation Plants 150 

Anthracite Operators 153